Nashua is one of hundreds of school districts worldwide that have embraced Choose Love For Schools™ after observing profound transformations both in – and out – of the classroom within only a few months of testing it.
Choose Love for Schools™ is a next-generation social and emotional learning (SEL) and character education program for Pre-K through 12th grades, designed to teach students, educators and staff how to choose love in any circumstance thereby creating a safer, more connected school culture.
Aligned with CASEL, Common Core and ASCA, Choose Love For Schools is also the first SEL program to fully incorporate state of the art Character Social Emotional Development (CSED) model standards, while also incorporating neuroscience and positive psychology to teach mindfulness, character, and emotional intelligence. These essential life skills and tools make students better learners, more desirable employees and happier, healthier, human beings.
We invite you to bring Lesson 1 of our COURAGE Unit into your classroom (or remote instruction environment) and experience the transformative power of this program for yourself.
Choose Love has had an immediate and positive impact on our school community. After a comprehensive review of available SEL approaches, our team unanimously selected ‘Choose Love’ for its approach, alignment, and vision to support the social/emotional learning and well being of our students and staff. It has been wonderful to see how quickly ‘Choose Love’ has been embraced by our schools and our community. Scarlett provided a moving Keynote address at our Convocation, which sparked our initial efforts. We are so grateful for this partnership and the benefits ‘Choose Love’ will bring to our students.
Director of Educational Services, Hebron Public Schools, CT
I love everything about the Choose Love program! I have seen such a positive impact on our entire school culture after implementing Choose Love over the last two years. Even our youngest students are able to identify feelings and use brave breaths to calm and regulate themselves. They are engaged and participate in all the lessons and there is a common vocabulary among all students and teachers. We see students thinking of others and reaching out with compassion to help peers. There is just a feeling of family and love on our school campus and that is beginning to extend beyond our building as well!