Help us incorporate the “Second Step” curriculum in our Classroom

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Second Step Curriculum

Our primary goal is to use this research-based social and emotional curriculum to deliver kinder-2nd grade guidance lessons aligned with ASCA (American School Counseling Association), PBIS (Positive Behavior and Intervention Support), and RTI (Response to Intervention) standards. This curriculum will address our campus improvement goals of academic achievement, behavior support in the classroom, and supportive peer relationships. This program focuses on developmentally appropriate ways to teach core social-emotional skills such as empathy, emotion management, self-regulation, executive function skills, and problem solving. Through the use of hands on manipulatives, lessons and interactive technologies, counselors and teachers alike can collaborate to support the needs of all students through sharing program curriculum and materials. Needs addressed: Interpersonal skills to address others, learning how to make decisions and setting goals, survival skills, and how to encourage positive citizenship and action This program is a part of a larger initiative to support all students’ academic, social and career awareness needs.


What are your dollars paying for via this campaign?

  • NEW!¬†Downloadable Spanish
    Lesson Translations
  • Full-color photo-lesson cards
  • School-based scenarios and videos
  • Academic integration activities
  • New songs for all grades
  • Music videos for Grades 4 and 5
  • Online resources for teachers and families
  • Classroom Management Tools
  • Research-based and easy to use

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