Social-Emotional

• Social-Emotional Development. (NJ SEL Competencies)

• Self-Management –the ability to manage feelings, thoughts, and behaviors in a variety of context. Grit!

 • Self-Awareness:the ability to identify feelings, as well as how feelings and thoughts influence actions.

• Social Awareness:the ability to understand and empathize with others’ points of view.

• Responsible Decision Making: the ability to make positive choices about personal behavior.

•Relationship Skills: the ability to communicate and connect with a range of people in a healthy way.

• Growth Mindset: the ability to grow with effort, which is understood as necessary for success.

• Measured SED. Development is assessed by student and staff. Categories include: absenteeism, preparation, participation, behavior, and following direction.

• Restorative Justice. Students participation in service learning to learn civic responsibility and leadership.

• Health and Trauma. Interventions through partnerships with local community-based support organizations.