What is the Student Assistance Program? 
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 performanceattendancenon-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 a S.A.P. team in place at the High School.

Are you aware of a student who could use our help? To refer someone, or if you have questions or comments about the S.A.P. Team at Clearfield Area High School, you are
encouraged to contact any of the team members above.

For questions about the S.A.P. Program in general,

please contact the HS Guidance Office at: 814-765-5511 Extension 2500

TRAINED S.A.P. TEAM MEMBERS at Clearfield Area Junior- Senior High School

Heather Prestash, Principal
Mr. Robert Mikesell, Counselor
Jon Mikesell, Counselor
Barbie, Bender, Teacher
Donald Billotte, Teacher
Tangi Borden, Teacher
Tim Cali, Teacher
Jackie Carr, Teacher
Scott Collins, Teacher
Jenna Troupe, Teacher
Charity Taylor, Teacher
Lewis Duttry, Teacher
Chad Gearhart, Teacher
Nancy Hoover, Teacher
Kelly Kaskan, Teacher
Judy Keith, SAP Secretary
Mike Knepp, Teacher
Jessica Komonczi, Teacher
Denise McGranor, Teacher
Brande Plyler, Teacher
James Presloid, Teacher
Dan Putt, Teacher
Beth Sallack, Teacher
Steve Switala, Teacher
Chris Taylor, Teacher
Karen Ward, Teacher
Tiffany Warlow, Teacher
Larry Way, Librarian
Dave Wright, Teacher