Who We Are
We understand schools continue to struggle with attendance, discipline, and teacher burnout. Times are tough right now as parents and students look to schools for answers. The Lake County ROE SEL Hub wants to help! We help educators, staff, and district leaders by providing the support and resources needed to be successful during this difficult time.
This grant-supported opportunity will provide you the support you need moving forward with your social-emotional initiatives. Once you've transitioned through the phases, our dedicated team of SEL specialists and coaches will work alongside your staff and students. We are excited to have you on board as you start your SEL journey.
Our mission is to create and support strategic and comprehensive goal-directed social-emotional learning plans that result in safe, healthy, and supportive schools. The program vision is for holistic and responsive social-emotional learning structures that generate equitable learning environments where all members of the school community feel valued, respected, affirmed, and empowered.
To achieve these goals, we provide free professional development, needs assessments, a resource library, access to embedded supports and coaching, and a network of individuals passionate about improving culture and climate and supporting the social and emotional needs of staff and students in the schools served by the Lake County ROE.
School REACH Team Guidelines
Who should be on your team?
School-Based Mental Health Professional/Counselor
Community partner/After School provider
District Lead & School Lead
Parent/Caregiver & Community Partner
Your REACH Account
Once you are logged in, you will have access to modules.
Introduction to Trauma (required for all)
Trauma Responsive Schools (required for district/team lead, recommended for all)
Data Driven Action Planning (required for district/team lead, recommended for all)
Your SEL specialist and coach will work alongside you throughout this process.
Join educators statewide to learn, share and grow in your school's trauma-responsive practices.