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Sown To Grow for district leaders

Sown To Grow empowers district administrators with real-time insights into student well-being to build, measure, and grow multi-tiered systems of support.
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"Our principals are sharing how it’s helping them implement more rigorous MTSS and boost student connectedness. That’s a really difficult metric to move over time, but Sown To Grow offers a really easy way for principals and teachers to do this."
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Barb McClung
Director of Behavioral Health
Oakland 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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Teachers respond to students. We offer response suggestions to build teacher confidence in supporting students.

We provide training and professional development to build up the social-emotional support capacity of your schools.

An illustration of the teacher response to the student Weekly Emotional Check-In. Student expresses stress and negative feelings in their reflection. The teacher selects from response suggestions to help provide support to the student.

Alerts notify school teams if a student shares a reflection that indicates they may need immediate support.

District leaders can monitor alert management, adding visibility and accountability to support for students who are struggling but might otherwise go unnoticed.

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Our CASEL-aligned SEL curriculum equips schools with easy, flexible tools to deepen social-emotional learning.

Differentiated curriculum by grade level (K-12) and pre/post SEL competency surveys support student growth over time.

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District leaders access a dashboard of student well-being data for that week, trended over time, and broken down by school.

Comprehensive insights into student needs and growth areas fuels more impactful, student-centric decision making.

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Learn more about our modules

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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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