WHAT IS THE STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SAP)?
SAP is a group of teachers and other school staff who are here to help you deal with problems that are stopping you from doing well in school or that are stressing you out. SAP is also CONFIDENTIAL and it is NOT DISCIPLINARY.
WHO CAN REFER?
Anyone can refer someone for help. You can even ask for help yourself or for a friend. Teachers and other school staff who are worried about someone can refer them too.
WHEN TO REFER?
If you are worried about a friend or yourself who:
-Uses drugs or alcohol -Threatens to run away -Has eating problems -Seems seriously worried
-Threatens to hurt self or others -Is always angry or crying -Is being bullied or harassed -Doesn’t feel like hanging out with anyone
-Dealing with a break up -Dealing with major family changes -Dealing with the death or illness of someone close
HOW TO REFER?
1. Complete the online SCA SAP referral form, which is linked directly to the bottom of this webpage.
2. Complete the SCA SAP referral form and drop it off in any of the referral boxes, which are located in the office, outside of Mr. Kelchner’s room and outside Mr. Roth’s room. You can also give a completed form to any SAP team member. Referral forms are available in the main office, guidance office, through an SAP team member, or can be downloaded from this webpage.
3. Talk with any of the SAP team members that are listed below.
Middle School Team Members
Brandon Traugh, principal
Jessica Walters, guidance counselor
Erin Stabler, social worker
Alexis Spade, nurse
Shawnee Robel, nurse
Dave Kaseman, 6th grade teacher
Kelly Konyar, special education teacher
SAP Student Brochure
SAP Referral Form
SAP Student Referral