Student Assistance Program 

The Student Assistance Program provides the following programs for students:

Anyone concerned about a student may call the office at (585) 637-1815 or the counseling office at (585) 637-1873

Designated Listener Trusted Adult Mentoring Program

This program has been created to help the student who needs a broader support system and safety net. DeLTA advocates are volunteers among the school staff who meet informally with the students during the school day for brief supportive interactions. Extra care and attention is given to the student in the hopes of building the student’s self-worth and developing coping strategies. The advocate will be paired with one student for several weeks, depending on the need.
Keep the Peace Committee

This diverse student founded and student led committee works together to make Brockport High School a safer and more caring place. Students survey their peers, increase the awareness of the harmful effects of bullying and work on our yearly "Peace Day." All students in grades 9-12 are welcome!

Click on this link to listen to the song "Pieces of the Puzzle," an original piece written and composed by Oliver Middle School social studies teacher John Akers and produced by John Centrone of Bethany Ridge Studio. The lyrics for this song were gleaned from a survey that the Keep the Peace Committee administered to students in December 2012.
Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor

The Brockport Central School District contracts with Delphi Drug and Alcohol to provide a licensed drug and alcohol counselor at the middle school and high school levels. The counselor meets voluntarily with students to assess their drug/alcohol use, provide education and awareness on drug/alcohol issues and support students who in recovery. Referrals to community agencies are made if students need more support than the school can provide. Please contact the Student Assistance Office directly at 637-1815 if you are concerned about your child's drug/alcohol use and want to make a confidential referral to the counselor.
Mental Health Crisis Teams

A crisis is an unpredictable, tragic event or situation that has potential to cause a state of upset and disorganization. Some examples are: death of a student, death of a staff member, death of a significant other to a student or staff member, traumatic event, suicide, serious accident, fire, violent school intrusion, threat to campus, community/national/world crisis event and natural disaster. The goal of the mental health crisis teams are to return students and staff to normal functioning in the event of a crisis.
Reconnecting Youth

This program is designed for any student in grades 9-12, who is interested in increasing their grades, improving attendance, learning how to better handle their emotions or decrease or discontinue their drug/alcohol use. This non-traditional class aims to build skills so that students are healthier physically, socially or emotionally. Students who take this semester long class receive 1/2 credit.
Red Ribbon National Campaign

The Red Ribbon Campaign is a national celebration to commemorate the life of KiKi Camarena, a D.E.A. agent murdered by a drug cartel in 1985. Collaboration among the youth, parents, educators, and community leaders emphasizes a healthy, drug free lifestyle through prevention and education. A number of activities are held throughout the school and community.
Safe School Ambassadors

Safe School Ambassadors are a group of diverse committed and trained students who intervene with their peers to prevent and stop acts of cruelty and reduce tension in school, on the bus and in the community. Ambassadors are taught interventions to impact the attitudes and behaviors of bystanders. By modeling respect and teaching tolerance the ambassadors help create a campus of inclusion where all feel welcome, none feel fear and all students perform well.
Support Groups

Students may wish to join an educational support group offered by either the Counseling Departments and / or the Student Assistance Program. If you think your child would benefit from a group experience please call your child’s school for more details or the SAP Office at (585) 637-1815. Support Group offerings are dependent on student interest and need.
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