Student Assistance Program

The Student Assistance Program is a process of identifying students who are experiencing behavior and/or academic barriers between the student and success in school. At the heart of the SAP program is a voluntary group of trained counselors, teachers and administrators prepared to offer support to students and their families. The goal of the program is build a partnership with families to help students be successful.

How to access the SAP Team
Referral- Referrals can come from parents, teachers, guardians, students and the student themselves. If you wish to refer someone to the SAP team please call 610-286-8690 or email your child's counselor or building administrator.

Family Involvement – Families are directly involved once a student has been identified. The SAP process works with parents, it does not replace them.

Intervention – The team is trained to offer a wide-range of supports including school and community resources.

Support and Follow-up – The SAP team meets on a regular basis in order to continue support and contact. We recognize that most issues didn’t develop overnight and we are committed to consistent communication with the family, student, and support agencies.