Terry Nagurney joined the Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School (ANCS) as school psychologist during the 2021-2022 school year. In addition to working with both campuses of ANCS, Mr. Nagurney also serves the Wesley International Academy as a member of the Atlanta Public Schools Psychological Services Department.
Mr. Nagurney received his undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Southern
Mississippi. After graduation, he served in the AmeriCorps*VISTA program where he coordinated
reading tutoring programs and service-learning initiatives in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Upon completing his AmeriCorps*VISTA service term, he attended graduate school at Georgia State University, where he earned Master of Education (M.Ed.) and Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) degrees in school psychology.
Mr. Nagurney has been a school psychologist since 2008. During his career, he has worked in urban and suburban school districts in Georgia and Virginia. While working in the Cobb County School District, he served as a lead school psychologist. In that same position, he also coordinated a special interest group in Specific Learning Disability (SLD) evaluation for school psychologists. While living in Virginia, Mr. Nagurney worked as a school psychologist in the Richmond Public Schools and the Charlottesville City Schools. In Charlottesville, he served as the lead school psychologist for two years.
Mr. Nagurney loves collaborating as part of a team to better understand the learning, behavior, and
emotions of students. When he’s not at school, he can often be found spending time with his wife and son. He also enjoys walking his Jack-Russell mix, playing music, drinking coffee, and riding his bike.