Social Services

Suzanne Pingel

Suzanne Pingel


Safe & Drug-Free Schools


(806) 669-4800


  • District-wide Social Worker
  • District Homeless Liaison
  • District Foster Care Liaison
  • RTI - 9th thru 12th
  • Pregnancy - 9th thru 12th
  • Bullying Educator
  • PLC Liaison
  • DAEP Life Skills Educator
  • SADD Advisor
  • District Mentoring Liaison
  • Suicide Prevention Educator
  • "Clothes Closet" Organizer
  • School Supplies Contact
  • Community Outreach
  • Snack-Pak Coordinator

Are you ok?

Suzanne Pingel, PISD social worker, would like to check in on all of the families at PISD. Please follow the link below, students and parents, and let her know how you are doing.

Check-In Form

  • Pampa Community Resources  
  • Pampa ISD has implemented a new way to deal with bullying. If you are reporting bullying, please visit the STOPit website by clicking on the  STOPit button below.  


    You will be directed to a page where you can either make a report with the web app or download the app.  The log-in is located on the right hand side near the bottom of the page. The log-in area looks like the image below.

    STOPit Log-In

    Each school has a unique code that must be used when logging in. Those codes are as follows:


    • Pampa High School - Harvester
    • Pampa Learning Center - PLCHarvester
    • Pampa Junior High School - Reaper
    • Austin Elementary - Lion
    • Lamar Elementary - Bobcat
    • Travis Elementary - Tiger
    • Wilson Elementary - Wolf

    When you click on either DOCUMENTit or STOPit Web App, you will be given further instructions on how to proceed.

Rachel's Challenge Logo

Mission Statement

  • We exist to inspire, equip and empower every person to create a permanent positive culture change in their school, business, and community by starting a chain reaction of kindness and compassion.
  • Pampa ISD began Rachel's Challenge to focus student, teacher, and community member attention on the importance of creating a safe environment for all students.

What is Rachel's Challenge?


Rachel Scott was the first person killed at Columbine High School on April 20, 1999. Her acts of kindness and compassion coupled with the contents of her six diaries are the foundation of the character education program.

The program challenges students and adult to start a chain reaction and change the culture and environment of the school community by emphasizing kindness and compassion for everyone. 

Rachel's Challenge Objectives For Schools

  • Create a safe learning environment for all students by re-establishing civility and delivering proactive anecdotes to school violence and bullying.
  • Improve academic achievement by engaging students’ hearts, heads and hands in the learning process.
  • Provide students with social/emotional education that is both colorblind and culturally relevant.
  • Train adults to inspire, equip and empower students to affect permanent positive change. 

Learn More About Rachel's Challenge

  • Read Rachel's Essay here.
  • See Rachel's 5 Challenges here.
  • All information on this page has been adopted from the official Rachel's Challenge website which can be found here.