information for the community



sTAN pamphlet cover



What is STAN?

STAN, an acronym for Student Teacher Assistance Network, is a school based program of identification, referral and support for students who may be exhibition problems that interfere with success in school.  The goal of STAN is to provide a professional, confidential and helping response to students and their families.

STANding Up For Students

STAN is designed to help students develop life skills to meet the complex challenges that may arise at school, at home or in the community.  STAN deals with the general wellness and the prevention of intervention in the concerns of today’s teens.  These issues may include:

  • Healthy Choice
  • Success in School
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Prevention of Alcohol, Tobacco,
    Other Drug Use
  • Conflict Resolution/ Mediation
  • Loss and Grief
  • Stress/Anxiety
  • Violence Prevention
  • Anger Management
  • Delinquent Behavior
  • Communication Skills
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Prejudice Reduction/Bias awareness
  • Pregnancy/Teen Parenting
  • Mental Health Issues
  • Eating Disorder



stan - pat 11.2011

Front row: Niki Jackson, Karla Bolton and Cindy Suarez and Pat Sanford

Back row: Beth Fox, Carri Elliot, Werk Cook, Rolla Bradley, Leanne Burge

NEISD STAN Counselors:


Churchill High School Beth Fox
Lee High School  Karla Bolton
Johnson High School   Carri Elliot
MacArthur High School Dr. Rolla Bradley
Madison High School Cindy Suarez
Reagan High School   Dr. Niki Jackson
Roosevelt High School Werk Cook
Alternative High School   Leanne Burge


NEISD Safe and Drug Free schools Event

View the video from the December 2, 2010
NEISD STAN Counselor's meeting on Cyberbullying and Teen Dating Violence

Presented by Carri Elliot and Dr. Rolla Bradley.

STAN Brochure