We recently spoke with Belle Plaine School District about a systemic approach to supporting mental health. Learn why supporting the mental health of your community should always be a priority for school districts, and gather ideas to plan systems of support for next year. Download the webinar recording and slide deck using the form below.
- Learn when, why and how Belle Plaine School District started to prioritize social emotional learning for their students and teachers.
- Hear about how SEL and mental health supports fit into the school day.
- Hear how Belle Plaine School District is continuing to use Move This World, one of their social emotional learning programs, virtually.
- Learn why mental health supports are going to be more critical than ever in the upcoming school year.
You will hear from:
- Dr. Ryan Laager, Superintendent
- Margot Hansen, Director of Curriculum & Instruction
- Mindy Chevalier, High School Principal
- Amie Hohenstein, Chemical & Mental Health Counselor
About the District: Belle Plaine Public Schools is a caring learning community of over 1600 students, faculty, staff, and administrators, located on the Southwest edge of the Twin Cities metro area in Minnesota.
What is Move This World?
Move This World cultivates students’ social and emotional learning (SEL) skills that empower them to navigate the complex and rapidly-changing realities of our world. Move This World is a social emotional learning program that enables students to establish and maintain healthy relationships with peers, staff and themselves. The curriculum is delivered through an extensive online library of PreK-12 videos and resources rooted in creative expression that help students, teachers and staff develop a common language to improve communication and build trust. Move This World has impacted the lives of over 1 million students across 30 states.