SWISD School Social Workers are highly trained mental health professionals with social work degrees. They specialize in delivering services that address our students' social, emotional, and transitional needs as they navigate school and society. Serving as a crucial connection point, our School Social Workers facilitate communication and collaboration between the home, school, and community. They offer both direct and indirect assistance to students, families, and school staff, all with the overarching goal of promoting and fostering students' overall success.
McKinney-Vento: Provide rights and services to children and youth experiencing homelessness.
Foster Care: Temporary services provided for children who cannot live with their families.
Military-Connected Children: Services for any student with an immediate family member, actively serving or recently retired from a branch of the United States armed forces.
Director of Pupil Services
Monica De Luna, Clerk
Student and Outreach Services
Pupil Services Clerk for Southwest Independent School District.
Monica has been in education for 20 years. She started in Ft. Worth, Texas, at Eagle Mountain ISD as the Computer Lab- Aide for two years. Monica has served the SWISD community for the last 18 years. She began at the Transportation Department and Child Nutrition in 2004. In 2008, she transferred to Curriculum & Instruction as the Career &Technology Clerk, where she supported Career &Technology Teachers at Southwest High School until 2016. Later, she decided to transfer to Student & Outreach, where she has served for seven years. Her role and responsibility as the Clerk for Pupil Services is to assist support staff, students, parents, coworkers, and district social workers with meeting the needs of our homeless, foster, and military families. She also works closely with district staff and social workers to manage the district food pantry, clothing, and shoe closets.