Brief Overview of Support Programs

Below is a list and brief description of the support programs available in the district. At the end of each description is a link to a more detailed explanation of the program, which campuses offer the program, contact information, and additional resources.

Friday Night Live (FNL)

A student club that helps students design activities which promote a healthy lifestyle free of alcohol, tobacco, and other substances abuse.

Peer Assistance Leadership (PAL)

An award winning, non-profit student club that helps students develop resiliency strategies.

Conflict Management (CM)

School site conflict programs provide training for peer-to-peer student conflict mediation from a trained adult facilitator. Student conflict mediators help disputing students find their own resolutions.

Tobacco Education Prevention Program (TEPP)

This grant funds the TEG and TAP programs, which utilize tobacco-specific research-validated educational instruction and activities to build knowledge as well as social skills and youth development assets.

Voluntary Drug Testing (VDT)

This is for parents who would like to have their child included in the random drug testing program.