This virtual, social emotional health program, for grades 3 to 6, helps students increase their awareness of their emotional health and their capacity to recognize when they or others around them may need help.
The Password tells the story of 3 elementary school students, who are struggling to adjust to life changes at home and school. When their teacher’s computer project goes awry, the students work together to help their teacher and, in the process, learn about empathy, supporting each other, and the importance of asking for help.
Through this program, students learn:
Skills to recognize and regulate emotions
To understand empathy and respect for others
The importance of seeking help from trusted adults
“I have nothing but praise for this program. The topics/issues addressed were incredibly relatable and age-appropriate. Thank you for putting together a program that addresses the social and emotional needs of our young learners.”
“This program was very much needed especially due to the changes that our students are facing related to the pandemic and what has occurred as a result.”
“The issues concerning housing instability, anxiety, and frustration related to learning challenges were particularly relevant to our student populations. Thank you for touching upon these topics with sensitivity and respect.”
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