• Are You Worried About Your Child?

    The Centennial School District

    Student Assistance Program Can Help


    A Guide for Parents and Families


    What is the Student Assistance Program?


    In Pennsylvania, every school in every school district is required to have a (SAP) Student Assistance Program.


    A specially trained team, (Student Assistance Team, Elementary Student Assistance Team) made up of school and community agency staff, is here to help you access school and community services.


    Centennial is in the vanguard of making student assistance services available to all students, K-12.


    Do You See Your Child Showing Any of These Behaviors?

    ·         Sudden drop in grades,

    ·         Frustration over failure to master key grade-level skills

    ·         Withdrawing from friends; no longer spending time with old friends

    ·         Unexplained physical injuries

    ·         Talking about suicide

    ·         Depression

    ·         Defying authority, both at home and at school

    ·         Acting aggressively or acting out

    ·         Lying

    ·         Needing money without an explanation

    ·         Experimenting with drugs or alcohol


    Are You Concerned About Your

    Child’s Reaction To:

    ·         Recent death of a loved one

    ·         Divorce of parents

    ·         Family relocation

    ·         A relationship problem

    ·         Other traumatic event


    Contacting Your School’s Student

    Assistance Program.


    If you feel that your child may need help, call your child’s school and ask to speak with a member of the Student Assistance program.  Someone will be there to help.



    The SAP team and the school will respect you and your child’s privacy at all times.