Director, Student Services
Supervisor, Social and Emotional Learning (K-12)
Social and emotional learning curriculum/program used:
Life skills training, restorative practices, PBIS, Second Step, PATHS, School Connect, Too Good, Stanford Harmony
Schools implementing social and emotional education and skills development in the district:
# of Schools
Counselors typically use a whole class and/or small group model to implement lessons.
The SEL Coordinator oversees SEL Champions who oversee the Life Skills curriculum explicitly taught in the Career, Research and Decision making course.
Curriclum is used in many HS Freshman academies and by counselors.
Strategies, practices, and approaches implemented in the district for the following areas along with grade levels implemented:
Morning meetings, community building sessions, clubs, various courses, small group K-12
Positive school climate efforts
CHAMPS, PBIS, Restorative Practices, Diversity & Bias training, Trauma Sensitive Training, and various surveys, K-12
Trauma informed practices
Provide Training offered K-12
Clubs, Start with Hello, available K-12
Second Step, Too Good, Sanford Harmony, PATHS (Elementary), Lifeskills, Too Good, Second Step, Latinos in action (MS), Second Step, Latinos in Action, Too Good (HS)
Restorative practices Tier 1 approaches
Initial trainings and roll out, K-12
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