What is the Student Assistant Program?
SAP is a state-wide program offered in all public schools. The purpose of the program is to identify students who are experiencing barriers to learning and school success because of personal difficulties. Some of these difficulties could include mental health issues (such as depression or anxiety), life stressors (such as the death of a loved one, child abuse, or divorce), and/or substance abuse.
How do I make a referral to the SAP program?
If you or someone you care about is experiencing any of these issues, you can make a confidential SAP Referral with the SAP Form. These forms are conveniently located throughout the school in the nurse's office, library, and school counseling office. Students may also drop a note in the black lockers at the high school. The SAP team, along with the parent/guardian of the student, will assist in identifying helpful school and/or community resources to be utilized by the student and their family. The SAP process is voluntary and confidential.
For more information:
If you are concerned about yourself, fill out a referral form! All referrals are confidential. If you're not sure if you should, talk to any member of the SAP team. They will help you! If you have any questions about SAP at Solanco High, please call the school (717-768-2151) and speak with any of the following SAP Team Members:
- Rick Esche, Assistant Principal (students with last name A-L)
- Scott Long, Assistant Principal (students with last name M-Z)
- Patti McTaggart, School Counselor (students with last name A-G)
- Kelly Shumaker, School Counselor (students with last name H-P)
- Lindsay Capoferri, School Counselor (students with last name Q-Z)
- Brooke Cox, Teacher
- Emily Dawley, Librarian
- Bonnie Mathis, Teacher
- Leslie McRobbie, Teacher
- Steve McTaggart, Teacher
- Jess Prokay, Teacher
- Caley Roark, Teacher
- Kim Spearing, Teacher
- Carol Graybeal, School Psychologist
- Sachi Smith, SAP Coordinator and Liaison (contracted through Caron Treatment Centers)