Student Assistance ProgramThe Student Assistance Program Team is a group of administrators, counselors, nurses, and teachers within the Delaware Valley Middle School that works to support students who are identified as being “at risk.” Students can be at risk for any number of things including, but not limited to: grades, social issues, mental health issues, drug and alcohol issues, etc. Students can be referred to our team by teachers, administrators, counselors, students, and parents.
When we receive a referral, we work on the platform of I.R.S. First, we Identify potential issues. When warranted, we Research/Review the issues through a collection of information gathered from the student’s teachers, counselor, nurse, and assistant principal. Finally, we formulate a plan to Support the student to help him/her to reach his/her highest potential.
We also want to work closely with you. Your involvement and support are an integral part of a successful resolution to any concerns that your child may be experiencing at school.
For further information on the SAP process or to contact one of the local outside agencies, the following information may be of use to you.Pete IoppoloPrincipal570-296-1831Mark McElroyAssistant Principal570-296-1832Kim Palko6th Grade School Counselor570-296-1839Ryan Chickelletti7th & 8th Grade School Counselor570-296-4930Rebecca TopaSchool Nurse570-296-1838Vivian BrunoSchool Social Worker570-296-4921Elaine Tucker, Carbon, Monroe, Pike County Drug & Alcohol Services570-296-3166Erin Stroyan, Mental Helath & Developmental Services570-296-6484 Ext. 3514
Other members/trained staff of the SAP team are: