The School Age Parenting Program (SAPP) provides support services to students in the district that are pregnant and parenting to help them stay in school and work towards academic success. SAPP is a dropout recovery and prevention program.
The mission of SAPP is:
- To empower teen parents to stay in school and achieve academic success
- To equip teen parents with the knowledge and skills needed to rear a child who will develop to his or her highest potential
- To equip teen parents with job skills so that they can financially support themselves and their child.
Case Management Services
Each student is assigned to work with a case manager (Registered Nurse or Licensed Social Worker) who monitors that student, asseses his/her inidividual needs, and helps the student gain access to services.
School Age Parenting (SAP) School
During the six weeks following delivery of their baby, students may be eligible for postpartum instruction at the SAP School, allowing them to stay on track with their academic programs.
SAPP case managers will assist students in accessing services that will subsidize child care cost.
Secretary: Veronica Avalos
Social Work Case Managers:
Ana T. Villa
Nurse Case Manager:
SAP School Teachers:
Drigger's Child Development Center Early Head & Head Start Operator/Center Director: Lucia Vasquez
For Support: Please call 210-397-8111 or email Lisa.firstname.lastname@example.org
As a part of the Whole Child Department, the School Age Parenting Program (SAPP) provides support services to students who are pregnant and/or parenting. These services include case management, postpartum education, and help accessing subsidized child care.
The Whole Child Department is focused on aligning wrap-around systems of support to improve each child’s cognitive, physical, social and emotional development.
Whole Child programs include Behavior Education, Health Education & Services, the School Age Parenting Program (SAPP), the Connections Program, Family Engagement (Title 1 & 3, Newcomer, Pre-K support & Northside Threads Clothing Closet), Even Start Family Literacy, Counseling & Social Emotional Learning.