What does successful SEL look like in small, rural districts?


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Have you ever struggled to find the right system for your size district and demographic?

Watch this webinar to hear a discussion on how our Skills solution helped Dr. Tara Kristoff's small, rural district with SEL.

Key points of discussion include:

  • how to choose the right SEL technology for your needs

  • how technology tools are acquired and used in small, rural districts

  • how their school found success with a mid-year implementation

This resource is for:

District leaders/all roles

Expected completion time:

30 minutes

If you liked this resource, take a look at these!

Integrating SEL into School Systems and Structures - Resource

Why are improved social emotional skills important to reducing absenteeism in schools? - Blog post

Data-Driven SEL: Dr. Tara Kristoff's Perspective - Blog post

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Our Speakers

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Dr. Tara Kristoff

Tara is the Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning at Rock Falls Elementary School District 13. She has led the district to making data-driven decisions as well as using the Illinois Priority Standards. Her district also develops the social emotional wellbeing of every staff member and student thanks to positive psychology and the principles of the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.


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Ashley Shannon

Ashley is an education specialist with over 15 years of teaching experience including music, general education, and students with significant support needs. Her passion for holistic education was at the forefront of her teaching practices and she now gets to share her love of all things SEL with Satchel Pulse.


About Satchel Pulse

Our mission is to empower educators, learners, and parents with the best tools and services they need to get the most out of their journeys through K-12 education. We work with school districts to get the accurate data they need in order to monitor and improve their Social Emotional Learning and Culture and Climate.
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