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Center Joint Unified School District

Center Joint Unified School District is reviewing the following Studies Weekly-Well Being Social-Emotional instructional materials for purchase to use as supplemental lessons in our grade TK-6th grade classrooms.

Please contact the Curriculum and Instruction office for any questions or comments about the materials.

How an SEL Program Can Help

The PK-6 SEL program is a 32-week curriculum designed to teach students how to improve their overall health. Each week includes 4-8 student articles with accompanying lesson plans, interactive videos, images, and graphic organizers.
Well Being Studies Weekly
Anxiety Feels Like
Studies Weekly built a curriculum that helps teachers break down complicated ideas and explain them to kids,” Chase said. We want to help students and teachers understand social-emotional learning on grade level. We also want teachers to have the flexibility to teach the most needed content so we have designed the curriculum in a way that each week stands on its own and can be used in the classroom as a preventative model (tier 1 instruction), with small groups of students in an intervention model (tier 2 supports), or as a postvention or crisis response model (tier 3 supports).
You can adapt this curriculum to fit the individual needs of your district and schools. Topics include:
  • Self-reflection and self-regulation
  • Managing emotions
  • Empathy
  • Resilience
  • Cooperation and collaboration
  • Growth mindset
  • Decision-making
  • Stress management
  • Mindfulness
  • Digital citizenship

What Makes an SEL Program Reliable

It’s Research-Based

The social-emotional learning program is built with The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) framework in mind. CASEL is a leading source for research-based social-emotional learning, which means our curriculum provides your students and staff with proven coping strategies and teaching techniques.
The curriculum specialists also used research from the Yale RULER programSown to GrowMaslow’s hierarchy of needs, and Harvard SECURe.

It’s Built By Experts

Not only did the team use evidence-based research, but they also brought their own real-life experience to the table. Studies Weekly well-being architects consist of school counselors, elementary and secondary teachers, athletic coaches, school psychologists, professional athletes, and professionals in special education and early childhood development. They combined their expertise and experience to create a stellar curriculum that will help your students improve their well-being.

It Fits with Other Social-Emotional Learning Frameworks

The curriculum centers around increasing student well-being in five areas: emotional, mental, physical, social, and academic. We have designed lessons that include learning and development in:
  • Creativity
  • Character
  • Communication
  • Critical thinking
  • Collaboration
  • Citizenship
 
Well Being

Curriculum and Instruction

Curriculum and Instruction
District Office Annex
3243 Center Court Lane
Antelope, CA 95843
 
 
Phone: 916 338-6343 
Fax: 916 338-6322

Curriculum and Instruction
  • Curriculum
  • Categorical Programs
  • Testing and Accountability
  • Home and Hospital Instruction
  • Independent Study
 
Mike Jordan
Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Special Education
 
Becky Lawson
K-12 Curriculum CoordinatorTesting Coordinator 916-338-7584
rlawson@centerusd.org

Curriculum » Instructional Materials » Testing and Accountability
» Teacher/Professional Development

Tami J'Beily
Categorical Services Specialist 916-338-7581
tjbeily@centerusd.org

Categorical Programs/Fed/State » GATE » DAC » DELAC » EL » Title 1 » Intervention

Kira Jennings
Staff Secretary 916-338-6343
Curriculum/Instructional Materials » Parent/Student Relations
kiraj@centerusd.org

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Assessment Testing » Surplus/Discarding Textbooks » Interpreter Scheduling » CELDT Scores and Inquiries
Back to School Toolkit to Understanding CAASPP Results

Back to School Toolkit to Understanding CAASPP Results

Starting Smarter
A family-friendly website that includes information about how to understand a child’s CAASPP student score report, sample test questions, and other resources helpful to families in supporting their child’s success. Short videos about the CAASPP and the ELPAC Starting Smarter are available in English and Spanish:
 
Parent Guides to Understanding
Easy to read, two-page guides that describe the statewide tests and give parents information about how they can support their child and learn more about the tests.
Continuous Non-Discrimination Notice

Continuous Non-Discrimination Notice

Center Joint Unified School District is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education.  District programs, activities and services shall be free from unlawful discrimination based on actual or perceived sex, race, color, national origin, immigration status, religion, age, sexual orientation, ancestry, ethnic group identification, gender, physical or mental disability, or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, or sexual harassment in any district service, program and/or activity that receives or benefits from state financial assistance.  The district shall promote programs which ensure that unlawful discriminatory practices are eliminated in all district activities. The district does not discriminate on the basis of potential parental, family, or marital status, and does not exclude any person because of pregnancy or related conditions.