School-Age Parenting Program

  • parent child icon with graduation capThe Ellis County School-Age Parenting Program (SAPP) is a dropout recovery and prevention 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.  The program is designed to help school-age parents successfully graduate from high school, develop a viable career plan, and acquire sufficient skills and knowledge that will enable them to meet the emotional, physical, developmental, and financial needs of their child.


    • empower teen parents to stay in school and achieve academic success
    • equip teen parents with the knowledge and skills necessary to raise a child who will develop to their highest potential
    • provide teen parents with job skills so they are able to financially support themselves and their child


    • Education and Academic Support
    • Parenting Support
    • Supportive Counseling
    • Case Management Services
    • Networking of Community Resources
    • Child Care Assistance
    • Homebound Instruction (CEHI)
    • Job Readiness and Career Planning


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