• Student Assistance Program (SAP)

    The Student Assistance Program was initiated in the Delaware Valley School District in 1989.  It is a confidential program to help students who may be at risk.  The goal of the program is to help the student achieve success at school.  Those at-risk behaviors may include problems with academics, attendance, discipline, drug and alcohol issues, or mental health issues (eating disorders, depression, suicidal issues).  A student enters the program by being referred by a parent, sibling, teacher, counselor, nurse, administrator, friend, or by a self-referral.  Students are automatically referred if they have violated the drug and alcohol or weapons policy or if they have been involved in a fight.  The end result of the referral process, if warranted, can be an intervention with the student, the student's parent(s)/guardian(s), and members of the team.
    Members of the team include
    Diana Bixby, Ph. D, Principal for Special Education, grades 9-12
    Jayson Pope, Ed. D, Assistant Principal, grades 9 and 10
    Mark Moglia and Martin Gaughan, School Resource Officers
    Colleen Corry, Samantha Navitsky, and Carrie Keisling, Guidance Counselors, grades 9 and 10 
    Molly Blaut, Jennifer Cosentino, Jessica Favorito, and Crystal Ross, Guidance Counselors, grades 11 and 12
    Stacey Tidridge, School Nurse
    Amy Letwinsky, School Social Worker 
    Elaine Tucker, Drug and Alcohol Liaison
    Erin Stroyan, Mental Health Liaison 
    Gary Cotroneo and Laurie Osczepinski, SAP trained teachers 
    For more information, please click on this link: http://www.sap.state.pa.us/uploadedfiles/whatisSAP.doc
    To participate in the SAP process, there is a parental consent form. You must fill out and return part 2; otherwise the SAP process cannot continue. You may fill it out, attach it, and email it to your child's counselor instead of printing it out, if easier)
                    11th and 12th grades Parental Consent form, part 1    
                    Parental Consent, part 2