Hope keeps us strong. Hope is a renewable power source within each of us that we can also share with the people around us.
One of the most important practices we promote in our district focuses on Social and Emotional learning, and the effect a positive school climate has on our well being. In fact, one of our Continuous Improvement goals focuses specifically on the Climate and Culture of our district. This page has some great social emotional learning resources that would be beneficial to everyone--students, parents, staff and the community.
Unresolved anxiety doesn’t just disappear. It needs to be resolved. Helping someone respond to their anxiety requires mutual cooperation and a number of interventions.
Take the time daily to check in on your children to reassure them that we will get through this in great shape by believing and sharing our hopes, our faith, and our trust in each other.
SEL has become a binding thread within the fabric of our ISD 477 learning community and hopefully now within the makeshift network of our pandemic distance learning.
Unprocessed, negative emotions don’t go away. They linger and wait to disrupt life again. But, the outcome of social emotional teaching and learning almost guarantees a positive, confident, and secure person.