Social Emotional Support

We believe that to effectively support the social emotional well-being of our community we must operate from a perspective of balanced integration. We must recognize that both “care” and “connection” are vital foundations to social emotional well-being. In addition, the well-being of all bodies of our community are inextricably dependent upon one another. 

We recommend that the social emotional needs of our community be built on the tenets of “connection” and “care.”

Connection: Supporting and sustaining connection to increase the social emotional well-being of students, staff, and families

Care: Being aware of the needs of all those in our community and providing time & resources of care


Recommendations

SES Recommendation
Link to School Reopening Design Work, presented July 9th, 2020
Enlace al Trabajo de Diseño de Reapertura Escolar, presentado el 9 de julio de 2020


Initial Design

SES Initial Design


Implementation Action Steps

Click here to view the full Social and Emotional recommendation document. Additional implementation details will be posted in the coming weeks.

 SE Well Being

  • A system for identifying students in need has been developed and communicated with the social-emotional care team and school administration. Click here for the complete plan.

Sprint Team Members

Lead: Erik Korporaal, Principal, Hannalei Lead: Eric Chagala, Principal, VIDA Michelle Walsh, Coordinator, Student Support Leslie Taylor, Coordinator, Special Education  Mary Quick, District Lead Psychologist Holly McManus, Elementary Counselor Cory Way, Middle School Counselor Areli Simpson, High School Counselor Alex Filippo, School Social Worker


Forum Information

The Social and Emotional Sprint Team forum was conducted on May 20, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. with approximately 50 attendees. 

Forum Slide Deck Link
Forum Feedback Link