Student Assistance Program (SAP)
The counselors in the guidance office oversee numerous programs to benefit students of the District. Those programs include:
A core team of counselors, teachers, an administrator, school nurse, social worker and school psychologist comprise the Student Assistance Program to provide a systematic process to identify and refer students who may be having problems, i.e., suspicion of drug use, physical abuse, unusual behavior. The team does not treat the problem, but locates appropriate referral sources and provides follow-up or support groups for the individual.
To learn more about the Student Assistance Program and Plan for students, which includes a listing of visible signs of substance abuse, click on the link.
Financial Aid Workshops
Conducted at least twice a year, Financial Aid Workshops are hosted by the guidance office to provide information for parents about college/university application for financial aide. Experts in the field are invited to the meeting to address parent questions and concerns and offer tips for best results as parents prepare to manage the expenses of post-secondary education.
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