• Resource

    Teacher Resources: 


    Parent/Community Resources: 

    • Centre County Mental Health Services: Click here for more information. 

    • Psychology and Psychiatric Resources: Click here for the most up to date list of providers for the area. This does not take into account insurance information. 

    • Psychologytoday.com offers an interactive webpage where you can search for providers in your area that accept your insurance, however it has been noted that not all providers are listed. Please click here to explore. 

    • Do you know a student lacks the resources for participation in a school activity?

      • The Sue Sheridan Foundation is dedicated to offering support to students with financial need. If you know a student of any age who attends a school in the State College Area School District who may need financial assistance to attend a field trip, educational experience, or cover the costs of participating in other opportunities, the application can be found here

    • Do you know of a student who lacks the resources necessary for participation in a school-related activity?

      • If so, Richard A. Queeney Memorial Fund for Educational Opportunity may be able to help. Click here for application.

    • Eligible activities include, but are not limited to, school sponsored field trips, club activities, team member travel to away competitions (e.g., Knowledge Masters, athletic events), participation in school-related summer programs or conferences, sports physicals, and specific items (e.g., AP tests, running shoes) needed for participation in an activity or course.

    • Either partial or full funding may be granted.  

    • Funding will not be paid directly to booster clubs, parents, students, student clubs, or school district employees or departments.   All payments must be made directly to the entity providing the service or product. 


    Parent/Community Programs: 

    • Mindful Solutions for Mental Health: 

      • Every 6 weeks throughout the year, Dr. Peter Motminy will be running a series of "Mindful Solutions for Mental Health" classes that will focus on ways we can feel better and do better while facing the stressful demands of daily life. The Fall 2022 programs include two series (6 hours each) - one for kids and one for their caregivers. Please click here for more information. Information for the Fall 2023 program will be updated as soon as it is made available. 

    • Triple P Classes (Positive Parenting Program): 

      • The Triple P - Positive Parenting Program is a parenting and family support system designed to prevent - as well as treat - behavioral and emotional concerns in children and teenagers. It aims to prevent concerns in the family, school and community before they arise and to create family environments that encourage children to realize their potential. Please click here for more information.