STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Contact info:
Ariana Efstathios
Community Middle School
Student Assistance Counselor/Anti-bullying Specialist
609-716-5300, extension 5311
ariana.efstathios@ww-p.org 

Student Assistance Program
The West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District Student Assistance Counseling Program addresses the non-academic needs of students, including, but not limited to:

  • social and family issues,
  • anxiety,
  • stress,
  • mental health, 
  • substance abuse,
  • friendships,
  • peer mentoring,
  • grief/loss,
  • sexual orientation,
  • gender identity,
  • school culture. 

Student Assistance Counselors are confidential counselors who provide prevention and early intervention services to help students and their families receive the help and resources needed for improving overall well-being. The goal is to help students thrive socially, emotionally, and personally in order to live a healthy lifestyle and achieve their full potential.

Why is middle school so important?

Lots of changes happen during the middle school years – physically, cognitively, socially, and emotionally! Below are some resources to help you better understand your Middle Schooler.

Developmental Milestones
https://www.understood.org/en/learning-attention-issues/signs-symptoms/developmental-milestones/developmental-milestones-for-typical-middle-schoolers