Student Assistance Program

  • The Student Assistance Program (SAP) coordinates school and community resources to assist families and students in our district. Communication with parents/caregivers is a critical link with regard to this partnership. Student Assistance is not a treatment program; rather, the goal is to educate students and  provide school-wide information on mental health and wellness. 

    Please contact us if you would like to learn more about resources in our community or if you are concerned about your child and/or family for any reason (e.g., drugs/alcohol, mental health, academics). We can work together to determine appropriate school and community programs.



  • What's Love Got To Do With It? Lunch and Learn 2/14/19

    Posted by Janice Zimmerman on 1/14/2019

    Join us for a fun time as we learn the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships. Activities include: spinning the "Love Myths" wheel, answering true/false questions about relationships, telling us what qualities you look for in a friend, and karaoke! See you in the O'Plaine Cafeteria during your lunch hour on February 14, 2019! 

    What's Love got to do with it

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  • Is My Friend's Relationship Healthy? Take the Quiz

    Posted by Janice Zimmerman on 1/13/2019

    Answer "Yes" or "No" to the following questions or statements. Be honest. Think about a relationship of someone you're close to, a family member or friend.

    Is My Friend's Relationship Healthy Quiz

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