SEL Classroom

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) allows students to cope with feelings, resolve conflicts, and set goals.

Many of our students live in a state of instability. LEAD's consistent presence and SEL curriculum help them navigate the uncertainty in their lives.

Fact: Students who are engaged have better life outcomes

Fact: Youth begin to disconnect during their middle school years. However, students who are engaged are more likely to stay in school and have better life outcomes.

Finding: LEAD uses a nationally recognized SEL curriculum and delivers it with 85% engagement.

Through weekly classes at our partner schools, LEAD provides students with a skill- set to overcome obstacles and to complete their goals in the face of adversity.

Our curriculum empowers students to define their values and pursue success.