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Student Support Groups

Frost Middle School offers a variety of support groups throughout the year to help meet the various needs of our students. Support groups offer students an opportunity to share and discuss issues openly with peers who often have similar concerns and life experiences. The groups are designed to be supportive, short-term, and developmental.

Groups are small, confidential, and facilitated by the SAP (Student Assistance Provider). The groups meet no more than once a week during the school day and meet approximately four to six times. Meeting times rotate to ensure that students do not consistently miss the same class period. Students are responsible for any missed work. Groups will be offered during the school year based on need and demand.

Please feel free to contact Frosts' Student Assistance Provider (SAP), Christy Deskovitz, at (734)744-2670 ext. 37920 or

Group Descriptions

Newcomers Group:
This group assists students new to Livonia Public Schools with basic transition skills such as making new
friends, how to maintain old friendships and navigating a new school.

Good Grief (Grief & Loss Group):
This group is for students who have experienced the loss of a close family member or friend. This group
will initially meet once a week for 6 weeks & continue to meet monthly until the end of the school year.

MOST (Managing & Overcoming Stress Together):
This group is for students who experience stress and feel anxious. Students will develop coping skills that
can be applied in a school setting and at home.

If you would like your student to be eligible to participate in a group(s) complete the following digital form. If you do NOT want your student to participate in a support group, you do not have to complete this form.

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