Lead ‘Em Up Classroom Informational Webinar

Apr 8, 2022

Have you been trying to find a way to bring Social Emotional Learning(SEL) to your school or program in a way that is fun and impactful for your students?

It would be great if you could join us for a webinar where we will cover the basics of the Lead ‘Em Up classroom program, how teachers have been using it, how it has been impacting students, and how you can bring it to your school this coming year.

What some are saying about the Program

Leadership is a skill schools need to be intentional in developing. The activities, lessons, and language of Lead ‘Em Up have allowed our school to build a culture where our students and staff are excited to contribute as both leaders and followers. Schools interested in empowering their students to be leaders need to check out the Lead ‘Em Up curriculum.
Rob Dinsdale – Asst. Principal – George Fitton Middle School – Brandon, Manitoba Canada
Lead ‘Em Up Classroom has provided a framework for building community and allowed students to define the standards that need to be met to make our school “special”. Students are taking ownership of the culture and environment by leaning in to make sure that they and those around them are living up to our shared values and expectations. The lessons and activities are engaging and lay the foundation for rich discussions, learning and personal growth. Several of our students have said, “I wish we had this my whole High School career, this is just what we needed.
Shane Oakes – MTSS Coordinator – White River Valley School District – White River Valley, Vermont
I look forward to school on days I know I get to do Lead ‘Em Up.
8th grade middle schooler
Lead ‘Em Up teaches us leadership in a way that actually makes sense and thats fun.
10th grade sophomore

Join us Apr 13, 2022 08:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) for: Lead ‘Em Up 2022/2023 Classroom Informational Webinar

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