The District's Student Assistance Program (SAP) is part of a state-wide initiative designed to help school systems identify and support students who are experiencing barriers to learning.
Through a systematic process, Palmyra's SAP will help identified students, and their families, access school and community resources with the goal of removing the barriers to learning and
helping the student succeed in school.
At the core of the program are the district's SAP teams, which are made up of school staff who have been trained to work with at-risk students. At Palmyra, the SAP program is available at all
buildings, K-12. The number one priority for each team is to help students and/or their families find the services and assistance within the school and, if needed, in the community.
Maintaining confidentiality is of utmost importance within the Palmyra’s SAP Teams. All team members receive training on the collection, maintenance, release, and destruction of
information. All team members are expected to demonstrate respect for and understanding of parents’ and students’ privacy rights.
If you would like to make a referral or have questions about Palmyra’s SAP Program, please contact your child’s school counselor.
For more information on the state-wide Student Assistance Program, please see the PNSAS website.