Lunch Bunch success

Jill,

Just a quick note to let you know that the students you meet with in the “lunch bunch” are so excited to go to the program each week.  I see them passing on what they learn to their friends and that is key.  Also, the administrator and I are using a mini version of your 8 essential questions when we meet with students, thanks for sharing such a valuable tool.   Take care!

Evalyn Leonard, School Counselor
Dr. Albert Einstein Academy School #29
919 N. Broad Street
Elizabeth, N.J. 07208
(908) 436-6898
leonarev@epsnj.org

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SEL is part of our everyday curriculum

Each activity is truly a joyous learning experience for teachers and students alike.

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I really loved the Eight Essential Questions and Mean vs. Nice

As a speech-language pathologist I feel it is crucial to give students the language (vocabulary) to express their feelings.

A new way to run a meeting

It is easy to build agendas for meetings that lack the connection. I find that I am constantly now beginning with an activity such as these we are using. I appreciate that as an admin team we are taking time to connect in this way as well.

Keeping my teens talking – A Parent

You gave us the tools to get our kids to open up and the strategies to keep them talking!

Valuable insight and understanding

Ultimately, the skills have a direct impact on decision making, self-advocating, communication efforts, and positively effecting relationships.