Student Assistance Program
Student Assistance Program (BEE AWARE) is a program in the high school designed to identify and assist students who may have issues that pose as barriers to learning and school success (e.g. drugs, alcohol, emotional). The SAP faculty members are professionally trained to use a systematic process to identify problems and recommend resources to help students.
Our Student Assistance Program is a voluntary and supportive program for students and their parents. Referrals should be made to the guidance counselor, administration, or faculty who will assist the student through this difficult situation. SAP is an intervention, not a treatment program that requires parent permission for participation.
The Student Assistance Program consists of a group of concerned staff members who have received training in helping students with these problems. The team includes the following:
|Molly O’Neil||Assistant Principal|
|Christian Giannone||School Psychologist|
|7-12 Guidance Counselor|
|Judy VIrgin||School Nurse|
|Ray Peterman||County Liaison|
|Monica MacIntyre||School Social Worker|