Ms. Flores

Nicole Flores

Academic Intervention Specialist


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B.A. in Psychology
Oakland University

Wayne State University

September 2014

In this role, I teach the Student Academic Success class (SAS), as well as, monitor the online learning classroom.  The SAS class involves student centered planning with intervention, support and assistance in passing seated classes and in earning their online credits toward graduation.  Lessons in the SAS class are centered around social emotional learning skills and future planning such as, setting goals and career exploration.

A big believer in providing students with alternative learning experiences to meet their needs, I encourage my students to take this opportunity to finish High School and move on toward future goals.  Having spent eight years working with teens as a Social Worker, I’ve developed a passion for working to help young people overcome obstacles and reach their goals.  

I received my BA with a major in Psychology from Oakland University in 2002. I went on to get my Masters in Social Work from Wayne State in 2004.  My varied background in Social Work includes; facilitating grief groups with students in Detroit schools, as well as, working with families in Early On programs.  These experiences provided a foundation for the aspiration I have now to work with students and help guide them toward a positive future.