Ridley Student Assistance Program is designed to help school personnel
identify problems including alcohol/drugs, mental health issues, and
other behavioral concerns that pose a barrier to a student’s learning
and success in school.
The Student Assistance Program is a district wide program for ALL students and families.
The Student Assistance Program is a three tiered program that has been in the Ridley School district since 1989.
Tier One: Prevention and Education
Tier Two: School Based Intervention and Support
Tier Three: Connecting students and families to outside resources and continued school based support
Assistance Program is a team driven systemic process using effective
and accountable professional techniques to mobilize school resources to
remove the barriers to learning.
The Student Assistance Program Team members do not diagnose or provide treatment.
Parental involvement is welcomed and essential in all phases of the student assistance process.
Referrals are confidential and made from all members of our school community. (students, parents, teachers, deans, administrators, Para-professional staff, coaches)