What is the Student Assistance Program?
A Student Assistance Program (S.A.P.) is designed to help students who may have developed barriers to school success. The program uses a systematic approach to identify students who may be in need. Referrals to the program can be made by school staff, concerned parents, and by self-referral. Students may be referred for concerns such as poor academic performance, attendance, non-typical behaviors, and mental health or drug and alcohol issues. Family and S.A.P. team members work together to develop a plan based on the student's needs. For more information you may contact any trained team member.
To assist our students and parents, the Clearfield Area School District has S.A.P. teams in place at the Middle School and at the High School.
TRAINED S.A.P. TEAM MEMBERS
at Clearfield Area Middle School
Mrs. Lisa Fletcher, Counselor - Mr. Jon Mikesell, Counselor
Mr. Fred Redden, Principal - Mr. Andrew Brickley, Assistant Principal
Mrs. Stefanie Sattesahn, Nurse - Mrs. Marilyn Barger - Mr. Zack Bash - Mrs. Karen Beish
Mrs. Barbie Bender - Mr. Tim Cima - Mrs. Mary Ann Franson - Mr. John Jacob - Ms. Kelly Kaskan
Mrs. Jessica Komonczi - Mr. Mark McKolosky - Mr. Robert Mikesell - Mrs. Sandy Myers
Mr. Joe Ryan - Mr. Stephen Switala - Mrs. Carol Tyger - Mr. Rob Walker
Mrs. Karen Ward - Mr. Denny Zelenky - Mrs. Patti Butler, Secretary
Questions or comments about the S.A.P. Team at Clearfield Area Middle School?
Contact Mrs. Lisa Fletcher at the MS Guidance Office
Telephone: 814-765-5302, Extension 3005 or firstname.lastname@example.org