In The Classroom
Professionally trained, dedicated instructors from Center for Resilience work in partnership with students and educators to achieve lifelong healthy habits and positive outcomes.
Our organization can partner with your institution in 2 ways:
1) Partner with a school and classroom teachers/advisors for the full year facilitating the ResilientKids curriculum.
2) Train educators, administrators, and parents to embed this work directly into the culture and climate of the school (see more about this here).
Some results from schools that have worked with us:
61% of students practice what they’ve learned in school at home.
26% of high-schoolers choose not to give up when things get difficult.
45% of kids breathe before saying or doing something hurtful to others.
We are so grateful to have worked with the following schools:
Archie Cole Middle School, East Greenwich
Asa Messer Elementary School, Providence
Carl G. Lauro Elementary School, Providence
Charles N. Fortes Elementary School, Providence
Central Falls High School, Central Falls
Children's Friend, Providence
Dover Sherborn Regional School District, MA
Evolutions High School, Providence
Fogarty Elementary School, Providence
Gordon School, East Providence
Hamilton Elementary School, North Kingstown
Harris Elementary School, Woonsocket
Harry Kizirian Elementary School, Providence
Highlander Charter School, Providence
Jorge Alvarez High School, Providence
Learning Brook Early Childhood Education Center, Cranston
Paul Cuffee Upper School, Providence
Paul Cuffee Middle School, Providence
Randall Holden Elementary, Warwick
Robert F. Kennedy Elementary School, Providence
Rocky Hill School, East Greenwich
Sherman Elementary School, Warwick
Silver Spring Elementary School, East Providence
Sophia Academy, Providence
South Side Elementary School, Providence
Veterans Memorial Elementary School, Central Falls
William D’Abate Elementary School, Providence
Wheeler School, Providence
Woonsocket Middle School, Woonsocket
Click over to our Testimonials page to see quotes from students, teachers and parents, as well as to see video stories of this work in the classroom.