Well-being includes the physical, social, emotional, mental, and academic knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed in navigating today’s world.
The interconnected link between student well-being and academic learning is supported through supportive school climates, proactive Tier 1 instruction, and an increased commitment to the work supporting well-being in schools.
Thriving is succeeding despite or because of a circumstance and includes the skills to work through difficulties rather than removing hardships. To thrive means to grow, flourish, and prosper.
There are conditions that need to exist for students and teachers to be their best selves and do their best work.
Well-being ensures that all students and educators thrive physically, socially, emotionally, mentally, and academically.
In Focus PreK-12 Student and Educator Well-Being curriculum is based on a synthesis of established research frameworks.
Our curriculum can be used in-person or remotely or through hybrid/blended and virtual digital platforms.
The In Focus curriculum was designed with the intent to consider inclusive practices for students with diverse backgrounds, cultures, languages, and abilities.
Utilizing multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS), the curriculum is designed to be taught through Tier 1 instruction by classroom teachers and supported through Tier 2 and 3 interventions for students needing additional, targeted support. Incorporating multi-tiered systems of support ensures that students master the skills needed to be their best

If you’re interested in partnering with us or would like to learn more about our Student Well-being Curriculum, please contact us today for a free demoWe look forward to hearing from you.