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Student Assistance Program

What is the Student Assistance Program (SAP)?

The Student Assistance Program (SAP) is here to help you access school and community resources to further support your child.  Every building, from the elementary schools to the high school, at Governor Mifflin has a SAP team.  The SAP Team is made up of school and community agency staff.  Specifically, the SAP team is comprised of:

  • Administrators
  • Guidance counselors
  • Teachers
  • School nurse
  • Community agency representatives
  • SAP Coordinator from Caron Treatment Centers

If your child is having problems in or out of school, the SAP team can help you.  There may be times when you just don’t know how to help your child. That’s okay; the SAP team can assist you.

Confidentiality is highly important to this program and its facilitators. The SAP team and the school will respect and protect you and your child’s privacy at all times.



Frequently Asked Questions

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Brian Bell

Director of Student Services