Hello, with that spelling, was used in publications as early as 1833. These include an 1833 American book called The Sketches and Eccentricities of Col. David Crockett, of West Tennessee, which was reprinted that same year in The London Literary Gazette.
The word was extensively used in literature by the 1860s.
NCSSWA has become the catalyst for providing the professional development of school social workers in North Carolina. We gather once a year to provide our membership with a three-day conference on vaious topics to enhance their skills in the practice of school social work. School social workers bring unique knowledge and skills to the school system and the student services team. School social workers provide services that enhance and promote the educational, emotional, and social needs of students and families in order for them to make use of the resources available to them to achieve their full potential within their home, school, and community. Our membership is made up of school social workers, drop-out prevention counselors, administrators, and professors from major universities.
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