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Earl Warren Social- Emotional Activities & Resources
SDUHSD and EWMS are committed to "CAREing" for our kids with social-emotional activities and resources. If your child needs assistance, EWMS has trained staff; including counselor, school support specialist, school psychologist and administrators who are available to support students during the school day. For more information, the SDUHSD has a Student Support & Wellness Page HERE with additional resources.
Here are the ways we CARE for our students and families
- Wellness Weeks - yearly in October and March
- Early Birds - scheduled Late Start Days. Topics have included CAREful Organizing; Healthy Living with CARE; CAREing for our community and much more.
- School Wide Topics
Seahawk CARE cards. Students earn these by demonstrating connections, awareness, responsibility, and empathy. Cards are drawn periodically and students can earn prizes like gift cards and a variety of treats.
- Second Step classroom lessons on a periodic basis. Second Step is a "program rooted in social-emotional learning (SEL) that helps transform schools into supportive, successful learning environments uniquely equipped to help children thrive."
SDUHSD Social - Emotional Resources
- Bullying Policy & Prevention
- Suicide Prevention & Resources
- Wellness & Social - Emotional Learning
- Tobacco-Use Prevention Education (T.U.P.E.)
Parent Education Nights
- Tyler Durman - January 29 at EWMS - During his presentations and in his book Counterintuitive, What 4 Million Teenagers Wish We Knew (for parents and teachers). Tyler has found a way to offer profound wisdom and tools while being intensely funny at the same time.
- Resilience & Your Family - A screening of the documentary film The First Day: A Focus on the Beginning (www.thefirstdayfilm.com) about substance abuse prevention and the power of vulnerability and resilience in our Kids' lives; followed by a powerful Q&A Panel discussion with recovering teens, law enforcement and mental health professionals.
February 25, 2020 6-8 pm at Canyon Crest Academy
March 3, 2020 6-8 pm at La Costa Canyon High School
** Intended Audience: Parents/guardians of all age children and children 8th grade and older.
- Thriving As a Family - A very special evening with Lisa Heffernan and Mary Del Harrington authors of Grown and Flown : How to Support Your Teen, Stay Close as a Family, and Raise Independent Adults.
March 16 6-7 pm Canyon Crest Academy
March 17 6-7 pm San Dieguito Academy
March 17 6-7 pm San Deiguito Academy
** Intended Audience: Adults Only