Student Assistance Programming

Student Assistance Programming

Tiered Intervention Specialists (TIS)

        Julie Neely                                Lori Taylor                                          Kate Jackson
GLE, KES, BHS, CHS            PFES, HAE, MBES, BMS, BES                   FBES, CMS              
    [email protected]                                     l[email protected]                                                   [email protected]

    Paige Walters            Doris Bennett     Anne Guthrie
AES, AMS, AHS, CPS, CES MC & Social Histories EMES, SMS, EMHS
   [email protected]             [email protected]      [email protected]


Coordinator, Tiered Interventions and Supports
Kate Jackson
[email protected]
(540) 382-5100 ext. 1024

It is the goal of Montgomery County Public Schools to engage, empower, and encourage every student to success. Each school’s Student Assistance Program (SAP) is a team approach to helping students access necessary resources needed to be successful in both the school and community. Each school’s Student Assistance Program (SAP) strives to promote academic, social, and emotional well-being. To ensure this success, individualized services are developed through tiered systems of support.

Student Assistance Programs (SAP) are created to identify, refer, and engage students. This team is a broad-based, flexible approach to prevention services and supports. Parent involvement, engagement and participation is crucial in this process. The goal of the Student Assistance Program Team is to build resiliency in youth while empowering them for academic and emotional success. To make a referral or for more information, contact your Tiered Intervention Specialist.

Resource Guide for Montgomery County

 

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