• Social Emotional Learning

    Social and emotional learning means the processes by which children acquire the knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary to:

    • Recognize and manage their emotions
    • Demonstrate care and concern for others
    • Establish positive relations
    • Make responsible decisions
    • Constructively handle challenging social situations

    Five Components of SEL

    SEL hand

    • SEL Topics include:
    • bullying prevention
    • character education (through Whole Brain Teaching)
    • resilience and grit
    • classroom management
    • mental health
    • peer mediation
    • anger management
    • drug/alcohol prevention
    • school climate
    • positive behavior intervention and supports
    • harassment prevention

    Weekly Classroom SEL Lessons

    Monday-Thursday

    Peace Circles (Restorative Practice Approach)

    2:30-2:45 p.m.

     

    In addition to weekly SEL lessons conducted by the classroom teacher, scholars will receive a monthly guidance lesson presented by the counselors.

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