Morningside Center works hand in hand with educators to build students' social and emotional skills, strengthen the classroom and school community, and integrate restorative practices into their schools.
What We Do
Here's what our help looks like.
We consult with you about the needs of your district or school and tailor a program for you.
We provide interactive workshops for school staff on social and emotional learning (SEL), restorative practices (RP), and equity.
We provide hands-on coaching for educators in teaching an evidence-based SEL/RP curriculum (The 4Rs, C Squad, or Building Belonging).
We support you and your team in spreading SEL and RP to make your school even more productive and equitable (Restore360).
Young people and adults learn skills to help them do well in school and in life.
Young people stay connected and engaged in a caring and equitable school community.
Reading, Writing, Respect & Resolution for grades pre-K to 5
The 4Rs uses children's literature as a springboard to strengthen students' social, emotional, and academic skills and build a caring classroom community.Read More
Friends for the Journey for grades 6 to 8
C Squad provides a safe space where middle school youth can build relationships, address crucial issues in their lives, and develop social and emotional strengths.Read More
for grades 9 to 12
Building Belonging creates a sense of community among young people that increases their engagement with school, develops social and emotional skills, and supports restorative practices.Read More
School-Wide Comprehensive Program: Restore360
Restore360 is a comprehensive program for creating equitable K-12 schools where students and adults thrive. Restore360 schools go beyond classroom curricula to engage everyone in the school community in social and emotional learning, restorative practices, and courageous conversations about race.
After School Program Support
for grades K-12
After school is a great time to help young people develop and practice their social and emotional skills and deepen their connections to school and the world.
We operate three PAZ after-school programs in New York City. We also facilitate engaging SEL workshops for staff of after-school programs across NYC that are funded through the city's Department of Youth and Community Development.Read More