Parents and Communities
It is paramount for our district to help support our families with resources that can bolster and reinforce student success.
These resources include:
- Academic Coaches who work with students to help increase knowledge and understanding of learning
- After School Programs – A list of community partners that parents and guardians can utilize for child care after school
- ESL - The English as a Second Language (ESL) program assists our students whose first language is not English
- Families in Transition – Our District provides support through our Homeless Liaison for “Families in Transition” – those families who may be experiencing homelessness for the first time or those who have been homeless for an extended period.
- Guidance Counselors - oversee academics and student achievements and support the classroom instructions with situational information.
- The Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit Program - provides scholarships to eligible students who wish to attend a participating public or nonpublic school of their choice.
- SAP (Student Assistance Program) - Student Assistance Program (SAP), which is administered by the PA Department of Education’s Division of School Options and Safety in partnership with the PA Department of Health’s Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs, and the PA Department of Public Welfare’s Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, is designed to assist school personnel in identifying issues including alcohol, tobacco, other drugs, and mental health issues which pose a barrier to a student’s success
- Social Services - We always have a social services counselor on site to support our families and students.