P.A.W.S. In-School Programs

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We are lucky to have P.A.W.S located in the school. As part of their mandate as a Mental Health Capacity Building project, P.A.W.S. sponsors many child-, family- and community-focused projects. The following are in-school programs presented by P.A.W.S. as part of the Health Programs.

For more about P.A.W.S., check out their information page and P.A.W.S. Activities.

 

Kindergarten – Incredible Flexible You Volume 1

Social Thinking Curriculum – learning how we fit with others and how others fit with us to improve our social interactions

Grade 1 – Incredible Flexible You Volume 2

Social Thinking Curriculum – learning how we fit with others and how others fit with us to improve our social interactions (Part 2)

Be Safe – Personal Safety program for children with a focus on preventing the sexual abuse of children

Grade 2 – Incredible Flexible You Volume 2

Social Thinking Curriculum – learning how we fit with others and how others fit with us to improve our social interactions (Part 2)

Zones of Regulation – A self-regulation and emotional control program to help students recognize and communicate how they are feeling safely and effectively (strategies to assist movement from one zone to another)A self-regulation and emotional control program to help students recognize and communicate how they are feeling safely and effectively (strategies to assist movement from one zone to another)

Grade 3 – Superflex

A Superhero Social Thinking Curriculum that increases students’ knowledge of social expectations, awareness of their own behavior and how to modify their behaviors with Superflexible strategies

Grade 4 – Social Stories

A variety of social stories to improve students’ social interactions and to encourage flexible thinking in daily situations

Grade 5/6 – One Circle Foundation

Boys: Standing Together – addresses common interpersonal challenges by employing engaging activities and promotes fairness and teamwork

Girls: Friendship – fostering healthy relationships between girls through a variety of activities.

Junior High – Students will:

  1. Build a base of awareness, understanding, and skills required for conflict prevention and resolution
  2. Practice using a variety of strategies for managing and resolving conflict
  3. Apply those strategies to real life problems and conflicts
  4. Transfer their learning to the resolution of issues and conflicts in the family, community, nation, and world