Student Assistance Program

What is S.A.P.?
The Student Assistance Program (S.A.P.) looks to remove the barriers that keep students from learning and enjoying school.  These barriers include, but are not limited to: 

  • Divorce
  • Death
  • Depression
  • Eating Disorders
  • Alcohol
  • Drugs
  • Suicidal Thoughts
  • Drop in Grades
  • Anger Issues

How does S.A.P work?
If you know a student, in grades 5 – 12, who is experiencing difficulties with school such as: depression, suicidal thoughts, drugs, alcohol, or anything else that may keep him or her from learning in school, then contact Mrs. Kate Orsulak, Student Assistance Program Coordinator, by clicking on the link below.  You do not have to give your name, just tell us the problem and we will take it from there.  The Student Assistance Team is there to intervene with troubled students and take action.  Most importantly, we will help any student remove those barriers that keep them from enjoying school.

How do I make a S.A.P referral?
As mentioned above, if you feel the need to refer a student to S.A.P, please click on the link below.  This link will allow you to email Mrs. Orsulak.  In your referral, it is very important to include the following information:

  • Student’s Name
  • Grade
  • Date
  • Reason for Referral
    • Please be specific.
    • Include observable behaviors only. 
    • Please do not put your personal opinions.
  • Your Name (OPTIONAL)

Click Here to Make a SAP Referral