The SOS Team is an interdisciplinary group of trained staff members who use a systematic process to identify and address barriers impeding a student’s learning and well-being. The student and parents are also collaborative members of the team. Members of the SOS Team work together to support the needs of identified students. The SOS Team is also instrumental in the transition process when a student is returning to school after a significant absence.

How is a student referred?

The team accepts referrals from SOS Team members, administrators, teachers, parents, peers, and students may refer themselves.
*Not all referrals made will necessitate SOS intervention.

What process takes place when a student is referred to the SOS Team?

The SOS Team…

  • Gathers information from everyone who has contact with the student (i.e. teachers, coaches, school nurse, and counselors) and meets with parents and the student
  • Analyzes data in order to determine student’s needs and develop an educational plan
  • May assist parents and student in identifying other resources and services within their community when a barrier is beyond the scope of the school
  • Follow-up and support
  • Continuous monitoring

What might prompt a student referral?

Observing a significant and recurring pattern of change in…

  • Grades
  • Appearance
  • Behavior
  • Sleep habits
  • Mood
  • Motivation
  • Attitude
  • School attendance
  • Peer groups
  • Energy level
  • Drug/alcohol use

If you are wondering whether you should make a referral, please consult with any member of the SOS Team. We are all in this together!

The SOS Team:

Mrs. Jean Castellano
Teacher

Mrs. Jennifer Corrick
School Counselor, SOS Team Coordinator

Mrs. Peg McHugh
Counselor, MCIU

Mrs. Karen Metro
School Nurse

Mrs. Linda Smith
Director of Counseling Services

To refer a student:

Teacher Referral: Complete a student referral form and turn in to Jennifer Corrick in the Counseling Services Department. Forms can be found in the faculty mailroom.

Peer/Parent/Self Referral: Fill out an online referral form below and submit.

Please direct questions and/or concerns to Jennifer Corrick, 215-885-6951, jcorrick@stbasilacademy.org.

All referrals will remain confidential

SOS Team Referral Form

You may also print the Referral Form and turn in to Mrs. Corrick in the Counseling Services Department.

 

 

 

 

 

We believe in challenging students to form personal moral values based on Christian teaching, thus deepening the students’ understanding of Christ and their call to faith in Him.

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