Too Good for Violence – Social Perspectives 6-8 develops and applies social and emotional learning skills for conflict resolution, bullying prevention, anger management, and respect for self and others. In middle school, students learn the negative consequences of aggressive behavior.
Engaging, age-appropriate lessons use games, music, skits, and role-play to engage all students and give them multiple opportunities to practice these essential skills and apply them directly to their own lives.
Each grade level curriculum builds on the previous by continually developing skills and addressing common problems faced in middle school life teaching students how to manage situations in a positive and healthy way. Additional concepts in the program supplement and reinforce the SEL skill concepts and are tailored to the intellectual, cognitive, and social development of the student.
For more information, please contact our Health Education Director at 859-885-4149 ext. 1025.