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Please take some time to take the survey that aligns with your grade level


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What is Second Step?

The Second Step program is a Social Emotional Learning program delivered via classroom guidance lessons. Second Step is designed to promote skills and attitudes that increase students’success in school, help get along with others, and prevent violence, bullying, and substance abuse.


Every grade level at Las Flores Middle School will be receiving four classroom guidance lessons, each delivered through a different subject.


The first lesson was taught in PE classes in August.

The second lesson was a study skills lesson, taught in Science classes in November & December.

The third lesson will be taught in elective classes during the months of January - March.

The fourth lesson will be taught in Social Science classes during the months of March - May.

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