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Sown To Grow for counselors & social workers

Sown To Grow equips counselors and social workers with tools to build a culture of student support and proactively identify students who are struggling.
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"Sown To Grow has helped cement the notion that there is an adult who studnets can reach out to anytime they need and that the communication is two-way. This support has been critical to how we assist our students during the pandemic and moving forward."
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Kamaljit Pannu
Vice-Principal of Restorative Practices
Mountain House High School
Lammersville Joint Unified School District

Key features

Students complete an easy and engaging emotional check-in each week in their classroom or advisory period.

Accessibility and grade-level-appropriate accommodations allow every student to share their voice.

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Counselors and social workers can easily respond to students.

While teachers build relationships with students through regular student responses, counselors and social workers can also use this as a space to check in with Tier 2 & 3 students they work with.

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Counselors and social workers receive alerts if a student shares a reflection that indicates they may need immediate support.

This real-time feature identifies students who are struggling and helps counselors prioritize student support.

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Our CASEL- and research-aligned SEL curriculum helps students apply skills to their daily lives.

Pre/Post SEL competency surveys allow counselors and social workers to identify areas for growth across the school and monitor student progress.

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Counselors and social workers can access a dashboard that highlights student well-being data from that week and trends over time.

Comprehensive insights into student well-being allow you to tailor and prioritize your practice to student needs.

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Weekly emotional check-in
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Weekly academic check-in
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SEL curriculum & assessment
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