WHAT is S.A.P.?    SAP

 

Student Assistance Program ...
 
SAP is a state program at all public secondary schools in PA,
and the Student Assistance Team at JS Middle School.
We are here to help students deal with problems that may
be stressful and interfere with school success.
 
Stressors like:     drugs/alcohol          grades          family
           overwhelming feelings        abuse       harassment
 
Students, parents/guardians, school staff, or friends can
make confidential referrals to the SAP team for help. We
can help students figure out ways to deal with these problems.

 

WHO is SAP?   

Andrea Bowers                General Music /Choral Director

          Eileen Dunn, chair            School Counselor
Barb Fedele                    7 Orange –Reading
Todd Gunn                      6 Orange -Learning Support

Katie Steppe                   School Counselor

Amy Maneval                  7 Black -Reading

          Judy Morlock                  School Nurse

Heather Reeder              Technology Education

Laura Milarch                  Principal
          Margie Sauers                Lycoming Co. School-Based Outreach Worker
            Deanna Drick                  West Branch Drug & Alcohol
 
HOW can someone get help from the SAP Team?   
At JS Middle School, we have a locked mailbox by the
Guidance Office that only SAP members can get into.
There are orange referral papers with “SAP” printed
on front … fill it in and drop it in the mailbox!  You do not
have to put your name on it unless you are the person who
needs help, or if you don’t mind if we know who made the
referral.

If you still have questions or you are not sure if you should
make a referral to SAP, you can ask any member!
 
WHY does SAP sponsor red ribbon week ??
       Our SAP team believes that this 
         annual celebration in October can be a *FUN* way
           to bring attention to the risks and consequences of
           drug and alcohol abuse and to encourage the practice
         of drug and alcohol resistance!
 
 
Last Modified on November 19, 2014