• The SAP Process

    The Student Assistance Program (SAP​) is a school-based approach to providing focused services to students needing interventions and programs that address academic, behavioral and attendance performance.The SAP process brings together schools, communities, parents, and students in a working partnership  to provide early identification and referral services for students.​Through the process, SAP identifies and assess students' needs, and provides them with support and referral to appropriate resources. The overarching goal of SAP is to remove barriers to education so that a student may achieve academically.

    The SAP process is a tiered system of support:

    Tier 1: Universal Classroom Interventions & Structures

    Tier 2: Selective Intervention & CARE Team

    Tier 3: Targeted Intervention & SST