• Welcome! The Student Assistance Program at Lyme CSD began in October 2016. This program provides social/emotional/character education, substance abuse information, prevention counseling, and wellness resources to Lyme students and their families. This program was created for schools in Jefferson County and is provided by Pivot. The Student Assistance Counselor that has been assigned to work at Lyme CSD starting in September 2018 is Kate Larsen. Please go to the "New Student Assistance Counselor" tab to learn more about Mrs. Larsen and the program, and check back often as resources will continuously be added to this site. The Student Assistance Program is designed to support students and their families in making healthy choices.  Providing good information, relevant resources, and positive, evidence-based curricula are just a few ways that this program strives to support our students and their families at Lyme Central School.

    "Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all..." -Aristotle

    Pivot http://www.pivot2health.com/  


    Importance of Student Emotional Learning 


    Click here to learn about the program that Mrs. Larsen teaches to all Kindergarteners and students in 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade: https://www.secondstep.org/


    Click here to learn about the program that Mrs. Larsen uses for students in 4th grade through 12th grade: https://www.lifeskillstraining.com/