Whole Child Collaborative
Using a Whole Child (WSCC Model) approach, our team supports buildings and districts in creating an aligned system using high-quality, evidence-based programs and practices. The WSCC framework clearly outlines and defines the components (blue ring) a school needs to consider to build a system that supports well-being and student success. As a collaborative, we promote, develop, and implement practices to support all learners' positive social, emotional, mental, and physical well-being.
Data-driven decision-making considers a wide range of academic and non-academic data points. By collecting data on students' education, culture, health, and well-being over time, schools can identify what is effective and where adjustments may be needed.
WSCC is student-centered, emphasizing the role of the community in supporting the school, the connections between health and academic achievement, and the importance of evidence-based school policies and practices.
The tiered delivery system is one of the five essential components of the Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) framework. It uses whole child data throughout development, implementation, and continuous improvement. The MTSS framework builds on a public health approach that focuses on organizing the efforts of adults within systems to be more effective in supporting student success.
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) in the Schools
Cognitive behavioral therapy programs help students develop strategies to solve problems, regulate emotions, and establish helpful patterns of thought and behavior … Read more
This project trains teams of peer educators to develop a year-long campaign that aims to achieve four goals around well-being and mental focusing on awareness, stigma reduction, and social connectedness …Read more
Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation
We offer both group and individual consultation to preschool staff to help them navigate their complex work with children and families. Case consultation to share tools and insights to address specific families’ mental health needs … Read more
Programs & Practices
Early Childhood Classrooms
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