I would 100% recommend it

Natalia Espinosa
High School Student

Being in Gen Text small groups in high-school has many beneficial aspects.  Small groups have helped me personally, by being able to help others with advice as well as getting feedback from my mentor and peers. It’s a great way to grow in my speaking, advocating for myself, sharing my problems and focusing on how to manage the ups and downs of life- the right way- the best way. I would 100%, recommend it to other students considering the various benefits in people skills.

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Tone of meetings has changed

I've implemented the high lows to start my end of season coaches meeting, and I've found it sets the tone for how the meetings go and opens up an authentic dialogue between myself and my coaches.

This is good stuff and it is definitely powerful in the way that changes students’ lives.

It was awesome to share the info with our folks in Nebraska schools and colleges! You have every right for your heart to grow big. This is good stuff and it is definitely powerful in the way that changes students’ lives. I’m proud of you, Jill, and proud to know you!!

My Lunch Bunch Experience

Being a Lunch Bunch mentor has been a powerful and fulfilling opportunity for me to support a small group of boys – at a vulnerable age between childhood and adulthood – develop emotional and social skills that I expect will positively impact their personal and academic success.

I Find Myself Truly Engaged

After taking this course, I find myself truly engaged in the two lessons describing the eight essential questions and “Mean V. Nice.”

A school district with SEL success

Our students have been exposed to the opportunity to discover differing perspectives others may have and the rationale behind them.

Cultivating a strong bond can help students in many ways

It is something tangible that I can work on each and every day of the school year, without needing to be within the context of bullying or harassment.