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Student Assistance Program (SAP)

Each school in the Penn-Trafford School District has a Student Assistance Program (SAP) designed as an intervention program. The SAP team consists of trained school personnel that meet regularly to identify and assist students and families in seeking appropriate help. Along with school staff, each team includes a Westmoreland County liaison representing both mental health and drug and alcohol systems.

What is SAP?

The Harrison Park Student Assistance Program (SAP) services at-risk students in the Penn-Trafford School District. The goal of SAP is to identify students who may be at risk due to academic, social and/or emotional problems.

SAP collaborates between home, school, and the community in order to address student needs. The SAP team finds school and community resources to help the student at hand.

The SAP Team is a caring group that strives to develop positive self-worth in Penn-Trafford students.

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