Available at no cost, Sanford Harmony is a social emotional learning program for Pre-K-6 grade students designed to foster intergender communication and understanding, connection, and community both in and outside the classroom and develop boys and girls into compassionate and caring adults.
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Our Online Learning Portal empowers Pre-K-6 grade teachers with everything you need to successfully integrate our social emotional learning program into your classroom, including one-click navigation for all classroom activities, SEL stories, role-playing games and sing-along songs. Online Learning Portal
“It is exhilarating to see the cross section of digital transformation and social emotional learning. The resources within the portal are invaluable to teachers and leaders throughout the world who want to truly utilize technology to the benefit of learning and teaching.”
No cost, no kidding. The Sanford Harmony Program is available at no cost to schools and organizations across the country.
Across all 50 states and 20 countries, Sanford Harmony is bringing social emotional learning and healthy relationship skills to boys and girls around the globe.
Districts from across the nation are seeing the benefits of Harmony in their classrooms, as children are learning communication, collaboration, and mutual respect.
SEL interventions that address CASEL’s five core competencies like Sanford Harmony have been shown to significantly increase both children’s emotional and academic performance.
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“We couldn’t go to the next level without really doubling down on social emotional learning, and we have an opportunity to get it right here in the nation’s largest city.”
“The team at Sanford Harmony has been a great partner because they’re flexible and they want to do what’s best for the students we’re working with.”
“Kids really can learn to self-regulate, really can learn to build positive communities, and I feel that it starts with a program like Sanford Harmony.”