Hungerford Elementary School
Home of the Hawks
Desiree Ros, MSW
Desiree Ros obtained her Master’s degree in clinical social work from the University of Central Florida. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with the state of Florida. Desiree utilizes play therapy and art therapy techniques in her work. She has experience in outpatient settings, school social work, and child protective services. She is competent in adoption and foster-care and enjoys working with elementary age children and those who have experience trauma. She has been with the CHILL program since 2015.
Principals, teachers, school nutrition workers and parents can help make Hungerford a healthier place to learn by providing quality food, teaching children about the importance of nutrition and embracing a healthy active lifestyle. Together we can make our community healthier and help raise a healthier generation of kids. The links between health and education are reciprocal; not only is good health important for children to make the most of their educational opportunities, but the educational setting can be important in promoting good health. Compelling evidence indicates that good health and nutrition are prerequisites for effective learning. We are committed at Hungerford and we invite you to join us in the responsibility of embracing the healthy lifestyle.