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Student Assistance Team

What is the Student Assistance Program?

The Charter Arts Student Assistance Program (SAP) team is comprised of faculty members, including administrators, school counselors, the school nurse, and academic teachers, as well as liaisons from community agencies.   The team meets on a weekly basis to discuss students who have been referred and who are potentially in need of support.  All of the team members have been professionally trained to identify issues/concerns, determine whether or not the presenting problems lie within the scope of the school, and to make recommendations to assist the student and the parent/guardian.  The primary goal of SAP is to help students overcome the barriers they are facing in order to achieve success, and to connect students and their families with appropriate resources.

Below you will find links to our Student Assistance Program information sheet, referral form, national and local resources, as well as topical news from our regional Student Assistance Program (SAP) liaisons. Our team coordinator is Kaitlyn Miller. All referrals may be submitted directly to Ms. Miller or to a locked drop box in the Main Office.

Questions? Please contact a member of the student assistance team or an administrator for support.

SAP INFORMATION SHEET

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Our Student Assistance Team Currently includes the following faculty and staff:

Kaitlyn Miller, kmiller@charterarts.org, SAP Coordinator

Doug Boyer, dboyer@charterarts.org
Katharine Krieg, kkrieg@charterarts.org
Megan Krzyzewski, nurse@charterarts.org
Kristin Liemberger, kliemberger@charterarts.org
Brigham Madden-Cox, bcox@charterarts.org
Allison McPeek, amcpeek@charterarts.org
Nicole Parra, nparra@charterarts.org
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Forms and Links

Student Assistance Referral Form

Student Assistance Parental Consent

Student/Parent Resource Guide

Link: Drug Prevention: You can be the most powerful influence in your child’s life.

Link: National Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Resources for Parents and Educators

Local Resources

Additional Links

How to Talk to Your Children about Drugs

Understanding the Biology and Staying Involved

The Brain: Understanding Neurobiology Through the Study of Addiction (The National Insistute of Health; nih.gov)

Staying Involved in Your Teenager’s Life

Parents: The Anti-Drug [PDF]

Time To Act: What To Do if Your Child is Using Drugs [PDF]