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School Counselors Help Us Work Better Together

School counselors are such an important part of the Ask, Listen, Learn community, and we love seeing and learning from their passion for student well-being—both in schools and from afar. They are truly making a big difference in students’ lives. School counselors help parents, students, and educators everywhere see that we are certainly better together.

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Gratitude and Goal Setting

As we head into the new year and all the goal-setting that comes along with it, let’s take a moment to focus on what we do have and what we’re grateful for. To help with this, we can follow the lead of people like athlete and Classroom Champions mentor Cody Jones.

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SEL Comes Home with Summer Sanders

Social and emotional learning (SEL) is not just a series of lessons to focus on at school, the lessons, goals, and fundamentals can also belong in the conversations and values, and behaviors that continue at home.

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We Love Teachers – Happy Teacher Appreciation Week

Over the last year, educators like you have risen to the occasion again and again, keeping kids healthy, safe and engaged. This year for Teacher Appreciation Week—just like in years past—we want to say two simple words:   THANK YOU!   Whether you are teaching in person, virtually, or in combination, you are inspiring your students to excel while keeping...

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New Learning Activities for the Classroom

Our eight videos and lesson plans introduce kids to a lot of new vocabulary words! From neurotransmitters to endocannabinoids, learning new words and definitions may take a little time and practice. And what better way to practice than with some fun word games?  We are excited to launch two new...

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April Is Alcohol Responsibility Month

April is Alcohol Responsibility Month, which is the perfect time talk with your kids about saying “NO” to underage drinking. In the past year, there may have been more on your mind than having these conversations. And that is fine! We know that it takes a village to help kids...

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New Conversations for a New Year

What was that?  2020 was a rollercoaster ride for everyone. Now that we have entered 2021, you may be asking yourself, now what? The pandemic, the challenges of social distancing, virtual learning, and the absence of a pre-pandemic routine did not magically end at midnight on January 1st. Nonetheless, it...

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