• Social and Emotional Learning

    • Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) reflects the critical role of positive relationships and emotional connections in the learning process and helps students develop a range of skills they need for school and life. SEL skills include the ability to:

      • Set and achieve positive goals
      • Feel and show empathy for others
      • Establish and maintain positive relationships
      • Make responsible decisions
      • Understand and manage emotions
    • MTSS-B Tier 2 Small Group Interventions align with the five SEL CASEL Competencies: Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Responsible Decision-Making, Relationship Skills, and Social Awareness. Small Groups are based on CASEL curriculum and meet once a week for approximately 6-8 weeks. 

      Group Interventions aim to support students in:

      • Becoming aware of feelings and emotions
      • Developing positive coping strategies
      • Deepening understanding of school-wide expectations
      • Building positive relationships with others
    CASEL Wheel