Anytime - Anywhere SEL Activities
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SEL Lessons for Summer Break!
June 5 & 12: Step Outside & Be Active!
June 19 & 26: Get connected with family and friends – digital free time
July 3 & 10: Be respectful & find common ground
July 17 & 24: Fuel your passions. What are your special interests?
July 31 & Aug. 7: “Owning Your Awesomeness” and Being Excellent on Purpose as you prepare for returning to school
Think First & Stay Safe
created by Child Lures Prevention
Beginning in mid-September through October, elementary students will receive age appropriate presentations to prevent child abuse and child sexual abuse at each building. The School City of Hobart continues to educate our students how to remain safe and ask for help whenever needed. This is especially true to prevent child abuse and child sexual abuse. Senate Bill 355 requires schools to provide students every year, education for the prevention of child abuse and child sexual abuse. A presenter from Fair Haven will present to the k-5 students the Think First & Stay Safe program. The Think First & Stay Safe program is approved by the Indiana Department of Education.
This program will presents the 7 Cornerstone Lesson Concepts, in an age-appropriate manner:
(1) Using Our Computer Brains
(2) People are Like the Weather & Trusted Adults
(3) Child Luring: Treat it Like a Fire Drill
(4) Laws Protect & My Body Belongs to Me
(5) Secrets & Listening to Our Instincts
(6) Kindness of People
(7) Dignity: Safe & Healthy Boundaries.
There are different presentation times for each school. Parent letters will be sent home 3 weeks prior to the presentation. There are training modules that parents can use that coordinate with students lessons. These can be found at https://childluresprevention.com/parent-training-modules.
The password is 4par3nts .
Should you have any questions, contact the principal or school counselor at your student’s building.