Elementary Student Assistance Program (ESAP)

Keystone Elementary School has implemented an Elementary Student Assistance Program (ESAP) to help identify barriers to students' learning and success in school. Barriers may include Mental Health, Alcohol or Drugs. ESAP uses a systemic process, along with specially trained school personnel, to intervene and refer students to appropriate in-school and / or community services. Parent permission is required for a student to go through the ESAP process. More detailed information and copies of the parent permission forms are available below. 

Members of our ESAP team include Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Wingard, Mr. McCormick, Mrs. Space Renninger, Mrs. Hickman, Mrs. Rodgers, Mrs. Milliron and Mrs. Blair as well as representatives from local Drug & Alcohol and Mental Health agencies. If you would like to refer your child to the Elementary Student Assistance Program, please contact Mrs. Marshall or Mrs. Wingard.

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