Spotlights
Corbett Logan
03/03/2015

Corbett Logan

Since graduating with an MA, degree from UMAB, Mr. Corbett Logan has worked with children in various settings.  Prior to joining BCPS, he worked in a private practice and in a Level V non-public middle/high school for children with disabilities. Mr. Logan began employment with Baltimore County Public Schools in March 2005 as a family studies teacher at Woodlawn High School before accepting a social work position in September 2005 at Edmondson Heights Elementary School. In 2008, he transitioned to Meadowood Education Center in the same capacity. Currently Mr. Logan fulfills the social work role at Meadowood and Southwest Academy and works in private practice. One of his goals as a member of the BCPS team has been to enhance cultural diversity in the school system, and to be a role model and mentor for young men.   

Mr. Logan facilitates social skills groups, character education, individual counseling and crisis support. He serves as the homeless liaison and service learning coordinator, which includes development of partnerships and collaboration with countywide and regional community members, such as Johns Hopkins Hospital, Children’s Cancer Foundation, Maryland Food Bank, Sickle Cell Disease Association Of America, Maryland SPCA and Wachovia Bank.

Mr. Logan is a member of the countywide traumatic loss team and the Social Work Technology Committee.  He co-facilitates the annual “Career Day” for middle school students. Mr. Logan has co-facilitated two workshops for the Safe Schools Conference and developed the ‘I Choose’ summer mentoring programs at Edmonson Heights and Scotts Branch elementary schools.

Submitted by Shamell M. Smith Baltimore County Public Schools Social Work Services Graduate Intern
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