Skinner Middle School’s School Psychologists are Ms. Brynn Rosell and Dr. Ron Ringenbach. Both Ms. Rosell and Dr. Ron are nationally certified school psychologists and committed to the well-being of all students at Skinner.

Dr. Ron began his career as a paraprofessional in a Day Treatment Facility in Cleveland, Ohio prior to becoming a school psychologist. He has worked as a school psychologist in Denver Public Schools for the past 15 years, primarily serving students and families associated with Affective Needs Centers. Dr. Ron has been at Skinner for the past 3 years, primarily working with students in the Affective Needs Center, and is at Skinner on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays. The other two days of the week, Wednesday and Thursday, Dr. Ron serves as a team lead and supports school psychologists and school social workers around the district.

Ms. Brynn began her career on the East Coast at the University of Delaware. While there, she found her passions in education and psychology. Ms. Brynn moved to Denver four years ago to pursue School Psychology at the University of Denver and has worked in Denver Public Schools ever since. Last year, Ms. Brynn worked part-time at Skinner as an intern. For the 2021-2022 school year she is full time Monday through Friday. She is here to help support school wide mental health and special education. 

School Psychologists in Denver Public schools serve a variety of roles and functions, some of which include: