The online SAP form is only monitored during school times and is not monitored during vacations such as Winter or Spring Break. If this is an emergency, please notify 911 or an adult.
Wellsboro High School’s Student Assistance Program (SAP) Team is made up of teachers, guidance counselors, nurses, administrators, mental health workers, and drug & alcohol specialists from the community who want to help students overcome barriers to learning. This core team is highly trained in the SAP process and procedures.
“TEAM APPROACH TO HELP STUDENTS TO REACH THEIR POTENTIAL”
C – Connect
O – Observe
R – Reach
E – Empower
Pennsylvania SAP teams are designed to assist school personnel to identify students struggling with issues such as drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and mental health issues and assist them in overcoming these barriers to learning. The primary goal of the SAP team is to help students by providing supports so they can remain in school, achieve, and advance.
The (4) phases of the SAP process are:
The SAP team is NOT a treatment program NOR does it diagnose or provide therapy for problems. However, we may refer students to outside resources and treatment programs when needed.
Anyone may refer someone to the SAP Team. Some common referrals are:
-Drugs, Alcohol, Tobacco
-Drop in grades
-Talking about suicide
-Academic or behavioral difficulties
-Little interest in usual activities
Referral Process Is Available Online:
Any and all referrals are CONFIDENTIAL.
Click here for Student Assistance Process in Pennsylvania flow chart
Ms. Elizabeth Hoover – Room 110
Mrs. Mindy Kramer – Room 164
Ms. Sherry Mohr – Room 209
Ms. Jodi Niver – Room 207
Mrs. Tanya Harmon – Guidance Office
Mr. Matthew Rendos – Guidance Office
Mrs. Sharon O’Shea – Nurses Office
Mrs. Alice Nowak – Nurses Office
Mrs. Emily Ostrom-Graham – Main Office
Mr. Todd Outman – Main Office
Coleen Evert – Mental Health
Kelly Mulhern – Mental Health
Jane Palmer – Drug & Alcohol