Student Services & Campus Support

The Student Services and Campus Support Department facilitates a wide range of coordinated programs and interventions to support all students' health, well-being, and academic success. Our department is responsible for helping to support students and campuses with behavior management, attendance, health services, counseling and social-emotional learning, and student data management. Our goal is to expand social, emotional and wellness supports for students and families to overcome barriers to academic success.


Student Services - Alicia Bradley, Director
The Student Services Department systematically aligns initiatives, resources, services, and supports that promote learning. Duncanville ISD's Student Services Department works with students, parents, and community agencies to support the overall success of students in our district. Supports include attendance/truancy, enrollment, residency, guardianship, student transfers, special circumstances, Foster Care, and McKinney Vento services.

Health Services - Malelene Grant, Director                                     
School nursing is recognized as a specialized practice that advances the well-being, academic success and life-long achievement of students. School nurses promote health and safety, intervene with actual and potential health problems, provide case management services and actively collaborate with others to keep children healthy and ready to learn.

Data Management & PEIMS - Melinda Turner, Director                     
The data management team communicates with data clerks, counselors, registrars and administrators providing training and support for district staff on the use of the district's Student Information System (SIS).  

Counseling & Social Work - Shayla Pratt, Director                                   
The Counseling Department provides support to the district's 19 school. Counselors sustain a comprehensive school counseling program that encourages social, emotional, and academic growth as well as challenging students to become independent thinkers and responsible citizens.

Restorative Practices - Tijuana Hudson, Director                   
Restorative Practices provide schools with a framework to build community, strengthen relationships, and improve school climate. When Restorative Practices are implemented consistently, schools see improved relationships on campus, increased student accountability for misbehavior, and dramatic reductions in rates of suspension, DAEP placement, and expulsion.  

Tellauance Graham

Tellauance Graham
Chief of Student Services and Campus Support

Veronica Zamarripa 
Executive Secretary

Hours of Operation
M-Th 8:00 am - 4:30 pm;
F 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Duncanville Education Plaza
710 S. Cedar Ridge Dr.
Duncanville 75137

Phone: 972-708-2120
Fax: 972-708-2020