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Student Assistance Program

Student Assistance Program (S.A.P. & E.S.A.P.)

The Student Assistance Program (SAP/ESAP) is a voluntary program that provides various support services designed to meet a student’s social, behavioral, or academic needs.  A team of certified school personnel and/or community agency professionals will assess the student’s needs and offer recommendations for appropriate services.  A parent/guardian consent form needs signed and returned to the guidance counselor for a student to participate in the program prior to receiving any assistance. The only people that know about a student’s involvement in SAP/ESAP are the team members, parents/guardians, and the student involved.  Confidentiality between all parties involved in the SAP/ESAP process are maintained in accordance with all State and Federal laws protecting the privacy rights of parents and students.