Meet our Staff: Cloverleaf’s School Psychologists

Meet the three School Psychologists who provide services to children in Cloverleaf Local Schools.

What does a School Psychologist Do?

Meet: Erin Hall

Erin works a school psychologist at Cloverleaf Elementary School and in addition, she also is the Safety City Coordinator.  She attended University of Akron for her Bachelor’s Degree and John Carroll University for her graduate specialist degree  in School Psychology.  Outside of work,  Erin enjoys yoga and bike riding.  Erin loves being a school psychologist in Cloverleaf because of the staff she gets to work with and kids she gets to see every day.

Meet: Kim Petrocci

Kim works as a school psychologist at the Middle School and High School.  In addition, she is also the district crisis team leader and a team leader of the Medina County Schools Crisis Response Team.  Kim attended Kent State University for her Bachelor’s Degree and John Carroll University for her graduate degree in School Psychology.  Kim has triplets who attend Cloverleaf. She enjoys spending time at home with her family.


Meet: Abby Miller

Abby works as a school psychologist at the Elementary and Middle Schools. Abby graduated from Kent State University with her bachelor’s in psychology and a minor in business. She attended Cleveland State University’s School Psychology program following undergrad and received both her master’s in psychology and school psychology specialist degree. Her family consists of her husband Riley and dog Penny. Abby loves Cloverleaf because of how supportive the staff is here and willing to help. She always knew she wanted to be in a field where she could help people, and she found herself drawn to helping children – “maybe because I am a child at heart.” Outside of work, she enjoys playing Nintendo games.


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