Julie Mchedlishvil Director of Student Services
Teaching social-emotional skills is as important as teaching academic skills. Providing students with instruction in social-emotional skills serves as both an overarching prevention strategy and as a primary intervention strategy, especially for children who will benefit significantly from an expanded “toolkit” of responses that includes appropriate, pro-social strategies for effectively interacting with others.
This course was collaboratively developed between the New York City DOE and the TREP Project at the University of Chicago.
Strengthening community and fostering resilience.
Respect for All Week
February 5 and 8-11, 2021
We want to highlight P.S. 234 who on February 5th will celebrate NO ONE EATS ALONE! Students will share food from their culture through different recipes. During breakfast, the conversation cards will be provided that students can use among themselves. I.S. 230 engages students in synchronous and asynchronous discussions about community projects and will engage in the poetry reading analysis through the work of a poetry laureate Amanda Gorman.
The theme and activities for this year’s Respect for All Week at PS186 have been inspired by the book, "The World Needs More Purple People" by Kristen Bell and Benjamin Hart: “PURPLE people love to ask questions. They are kind and hardworking, and they laugh a lot! PURPLE person is an everyday superhero! How do you become one? That is the fun part!” PS 94 will hold "Color Our World with Kindness" assembly, and MS74 celebrates Respect for All week and Black History Month with the Student Equity team Twitter take over. Check them out @TEAM74Q.