Student Safety & Wellness Courses Recognized as Best Social Emotional Learning Program

Student Safety & Wellness Courses Recognized as Best Social Emotional Learning Program
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In November, Vector Solutions’ Student Safety & Wellness Courses were honored for the second time this school year as a best-in-class solution to support student wellbeing. The program earned a Platinum award – the highest available – in the Social Emotional Learning Program Management category in THE Journal’s New Product Awards.

Vector’s Student Safety & Wellness Courses are powerful, engaging web-based video lessons authored by subject-matter experts on topics such as:

  • Bullying & Cyberbullying
  • Youth Suicide Awareness
  • Alcohol, Vaping & Drug Prevention
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Digital Citizenship
  • Stress & Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Healthy Relationships
  • And more.

The courses feature diverse peer presenters and can be used for primary prevention training or for remediation with students who may have disciplinary issues related to these topics. They include lesson plans and activities to help facilitate conversations about these important topics.

“We created our Student Safety & Wellness Courses to help schools support student wellbeing by helping students understand and navigate difficult situations and address stress, anxiety and depression. Winning this New Product Award from THE Journal validates the importance of this work and Vector’s mission to help make schools safer and more inclusive.”

Marc Scheipe, CEO, Vector Solutions

What Our Customers Say

The San Juan School District in Utah offers a compelling example of the impact of these courses. The district implemented the courses to address concerns about student behavior off campus. The courses helped facilitate critical conversations about sensitive issues.

“The impact was immediate and extremely positive. For the first time, staff members said students were talking in a productive, responsible way about sensitive topics such as sexting and other online safety issues. Even as a parent, my son, who watched the videos in school, started open conversations with me about those topics without me soliciting information. In my mind, if kids are going home to their parents and talking about these topics, that in-and-of-itself makes it a success.”

Matthew Keyes, Director of Human Resources and Title IX Coordinator, San Juan School District

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