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Students Pledge to Improve Behavior

A dedicated group of student council representatives at Parker Farms Elementary School in Wallingford, CT decided to incorporate Second Step lessons into daily morning announcements. The school implemented the Second Step program in 2014 and has been using it to promote character building and achievement, which are core to its mission.
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Inside Out a Hit with Child Development Experts

Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust, and Sadness come to life within 11-year-old Riley, the main character of this summer’s animated chart-topper. In an interview with Fox News, Committee for Children blogger Melissa Benaroya shares how this movie can be a catalyst for conversations with kids about the power of emotions.
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