Social Emotional Learning (SEL)

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Mrs. Brown's
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Memorial Middle School

Mrs. Schindler's
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Margaret L. Vetter School

School-Based Services

Eatontown Public Schools partners with local community health and wellness organizations to provide school-based services to the students of Eatontown. See below for more information about the programs and services available.

YMCA

YMCA of Greater Monmouth County

School-Based Counseling Services
Growing up isn’t always easy, especially given the pressures that today’s kids face at home and school, like getting bullied on social media, navigating standardized testing and struggling with difficult family issues. YMCA of Greater Monmouth County's Young People’s Program empowers children and adolescents to cope with difficult situations through 1:1 therapeutic counseling sessions in the convenience of their school. The Y’s school-based Young People’s Program helps schools address the behavioral and emotional health needs of their students.

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VNA Health Group

Visiting Nurse Association Health Group

School-Based Nurse Practitioner Program
Nurse Practitioners provide primary health care services at the school for children in Pre-K to high school. Services may include diagnosis and treatment of common childhood health issues, medication prescriptions, health screenings, and management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes.

New Jersey State Youth Resources

State of New Jersey Parent Link - The Early Childhood, Parenting, and Professional Resource Center

The focus of NJ Parent Link is to meet the information and resource needs of expectant parents, families with young children (newborns to children entering kindergarten) and professional stakeholders vested in the health & well-being of New Jersey's children & families. Parenting and support resources for families with older children, school aged to young adulthood, are also available.

The goals of NJ Parent Link are to improve the accessibility, coordination and delivery of information and services to expectant parents and families with young children; to improve the communication capabilities between the public and private sectors; and to provide the IT foundation for interagency service collaborations and policy development.  

See below for specific resource pages or learn more at NJParentLink.nj.gov.

New Jersey COVID-19 Information Hub

Mental Health and Wellness Resources for Young Adults

Returning to the classroom and regular activities after the disruptions of COVID-19 may cause stress and anxiety for students of any age. These feelings are normal and to be expected; everyone has tough days, but if children or adolescents are exhibiting unusual behavior for extended periods, they may be in need of additional support and care. We created this webpage to guide young people and their families to resources that promote student health and well-being, including mental health.

Learn more at COVID19.NJ.gov.

Social Emotional Learning Information & Resources

Review the links and information below to find out more about Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and how these concepts are being implemented throughout the Eatontown Public Schools district.

CASEL

What is SEL?

Social and emotional learning (SEL) is an integral part of education and human development. SEL is the process through which all young people and adults acquire and apply the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to develop healthy identities, manage emotions and achieve personal and collective goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain supportive relationships, and make responsible and caring decisions.

Read more at CASEL.org.

Benefits of SEL

More than two decades of research demonstrates that education promoting social and emotional learning (SEL) gets results. The findings come from multiple fields and sources, including student achievement, neuroscience, health, employment, psychology, classroom management, learning theory, economics, and the prevention of youth problem behaviors.

Read more at CASEL.org.

Responsive Classroom

Responsive Classroom

Responsive Classroom is a student-centered, social and emotional learning approach to teaching and discipline. It is comprised of a set of research, and evidence-based practices designed to create safe, joyful, and engaging classrooms and school communities for both students and teachers.

Read more at ResponsiveClassroom.org.

Leader in Me

Leader in Me

The Leader in Me Framework provides a unique approach to integrating highly effective practices throughout a school’s culture.

Instead of focusing on academic measures alone, Leader in Me embodies a holistic approach to education, redefining how schools measure success. This approach empowers educators with effective practices and tools to:

  • teach LEADERSHIP to every student,

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    create a CULTURE of student empowerment,

  • and align systems to drive results in ACADEMICS.

Learn more at LeaderinMe.org.

Second Step

Second Step

For Kids, for Adults, for Everywhere!

Brought to you by Committee for Children, the Second Step® family of programs creates brighter futures for kids everywhere through a holistic approach to social-emotional learning.

Learn more at SecondStep.org.