The Student Assistance Program (S.A.P.) provides educational, prevention, and intervention services on an individual and group basis to all students. The S.A.P. is directed by a full-time coordinator and partners with parents, students, faculty, community organizations, and police agencies. The Student Assistance Program addresses barriers to learning that impact both the individual student and the school in order to increase student success and improve school climate.
Prevention and Early Intervention Program
Rosecrance Prevention and Early Intervention Program offers programs throughout the summer in LaGrange.
Who would benefit from the program?
Teens who have exhibited recent behavioral changes and their parents may benefit. Those changes may include one or more of the following:
- Increase in school disciplinary actions
- Lower-than-expected grades
- Decreased interest or participation in extracurricular activities
- Increased tardiness/absenteeism
- Use or suspected use of alcohol or other drugs
- Dishonesty regarding personal alcohol or other drug use (or friends’ use)
- Less time at home, secrecy or evasiveness concerning whereabouts and activities
- Signs of being under the influence of chemicals (odor on breath or clothing, altered speech, etc.)
- Noticeable change in friends over a short period of time
What are the components of the program?
The Prevention and Early Intervention Program is a nine-hour program consisting of:
- A comprehensive assessment (required)
- Three class sessions (parents attend session three)
- Urine screen (if recommended)
- An individualized exit interview held with the student and parents
For more information, visit the summer resource information for parents webpage.