Student Assistance Programs are collaborative teams of trained school district and County Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Service agency personnel who meet regularly to assess, refer, and support student needs in order to remove barriers to their learning.
In 2018, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed Act 44 of 2018 into law. One aspect of Act 44 requires the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General to implement a school safety anonymous tip program. In partnership with a non-profit organization, Sandy Hook Promise, the Office of Attorney General activated the "Safe2Say Something" anonymous tip line.
The S2SS tip line provides three methods for students or adults to report anonymous safety tips or concerns:
*S2SS app: available for Apple and Android devices
*S2ss Crisis Tip line (24 hours a day):1-844-SAFE2SAY
For additional information and resources, please visit the S2SS website. https://www.safe2saypa.org.
We appreciate your support as we work together to maintain a safe learning environment for all members of our school community. Please continue to promptly report any tips relating to school safety and security to any school employee, local or state law enforcement or by submitting a tip through Safe2Say Something.
Student Bulletin 9/17/19
Lunch Menu: Jamaican chicken with rice & sliced bread, green beans, sliced peaches and milk.
Tomorrow's breakfast menu: Apple cinnamon texas toast, cereal, fruit and milk.
JH Cross Country will be dismissed at 1:45 today for an away meet.
Attention students: Are you interested in making a difference in your school? Do you enjoy government and politics? Consider joining the middle school student council. We're looking for responsible, hardworking council members. More information will be provided after fair week.
Students should keep selling their fall fundraise for BAMSA. Remember, this helps pay for field trips and other activities that benefit students. All orders and payment are due tomorrow to your homeroom teachers.
Attention SOAR members: Race applications for the Holy 5k race are available in the office. They are due back to Mrs. Walp no later than Thursday, October 17th.
The Teen Center is open to 7th through 12th grade students. It's located at 1130 6th Ave and is open from 3-7 pm on weekdays after school. Fun and free classes continue at the Teen Center, including art-related classes today and tomorrow.
Students can get homework help every day after school from 3-7. Plus, there's tutoring offered in specific subject areas on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Don't forget - if you're stressed out and want to chat, drop-in counseling is available today and every Tuesday.
The Teen Center's hours for fair week are as follows: Monday & Tuesday from 3-7 pm, Wednesday from 3-5 pm, and CLOSED on Thursday and Friday.
If you want to get your yearbook for the special price of $20, you need to order by Friday! If you personalize the cover with your name, you will also be eligible to choose up to four icons free of charge. Order online at jostensyearbooks.com or turn in your completed order form with payment to the office. Please make checks payable to B.A.M.S.A.