Helping Students with Social-Emotional Challenges

Every new school year, our district witnesses a significant increase in the number of student situations and mental health concerns taking place across our 39 campuses. These incidents involve students in the upper-elementary grades all the way up through high school and are a major cause of concern for our entire district. 

Knowing that students who are in crisis aren’t always going to share their fears and worries with an adult, we needed a student safety platform that would put our administrators, counselors, and teachers in closer touch with students. We’re a Google district and most of our campuses are 1:1, which means the majority of our students express themselves more freely in email, essays, and through other digital means.

We adopted the Gaggle student safety platform over two years ago, gaining one more way to recognize and help students in crisis. Prior to that, we only heard about those online interactions secondhand and had no way of accessing the content. 

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