The Social/Emotional Development program is currently housed in specific schools in Decatur School District for students grades K-12. This program teaches core cademic subjects in a safe environment, while focusing on teaching specific social and emotional regulation skills.
This program offers a full-time social worker to address the emotional and social needs of the students who need this Program. Students work on goals for self- regulation of emotions, coping skills, and peer interaction skills.
This is a sample of a structured incentive program found in many of our SED classrooms. Students earn increasing privileges by completing assigned work in a timely manner and by adhering to the behavioral guidelines of the program.
A Social/Emotional Development Behavioral Chart