Recently, national news outlets have turned to WINGS for guidance and input on addressing students’ social and emotional health.
It’s clear – we are unified in our concern for the well-being of our kids, post-pandemic.
What’s also clear is learning how to take on challenges, learn from effort, build healthy relationships, problem-solve, and understand, control and express emotions will bring adults closer to kids and kids closer to each other.
Connection is the only way forward – call it what you want! See what we’re talking about ⬇️
In- and After-School Programs Aim to Combat Mental Health Effects that Covid-19 Worsened
Youth Today | September 13, 2022
In Order to Teach Social-Emotional Learning, Educators Need to Live It
The74 | September 7, 2022
San Diego Moms: Explaining Social Emotional Learning and
How to Teach It
Times of San Diego | August 27, 2022
Bridget Laird of Wings for Kids on the 5 Things Parents Can Do to Help Their Children Thrive and Excel in School
Authority Magazine | August 22, 2022