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    Role of Caregivers

     

    Social-emotional learning does not only take place in the classroom, it happens at home too. As a caregiver, you are helping your children develop both socially and emotionally every day. Schools and caregivers can work together to continuously provide positive social-emotional opportunities for your child that can encourage them to feel good about themselves, develop self- confidence, and learn to form secure relationships with others. Positive social-emotional learning helps to create a strong and healthy foundation for future academic success.

     

     

    What Can Caregivers Do?

     

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    Caregivers can partner with schools to promote children's social and emotional learning through different ways.

    At Home

    • Focus on strengths
    • Ask Children How They Feel
    • Be Willing to Apologize
    • Ask Questions that Help Children solver Problems on their Own
    • Read Books and Stories Together
    • Choose a Few Responsiblities that Your Child Can Do Successfully at Home, and Encourage Them to Help

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Contact Information

  • Administrative Center
    4th Floor, Suite A
    Main #: (907) 452-2000 x11231
    Fax: (907) 452-3172

    Carla Marquand
    Executive Director of Student Support Services
    carla.marquand@k12northstar.org
    (907) 452-2000 x11470

    Vacant
    Director of Social Emotional Learning & Prevention Services
    (907) 452-2000, x11451

    Vacant
    Administrative Secretary - SELP
    (907) 452-2000 

    Mallory Haddad
    Social Emotional Learning & Prevention Services Specialist
    mallory.haddad@k12northstar.org
    (907) 452-2000 x11454

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