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Today, BGCGG and Wings for Kids are working together to build and strengthen the social-emotional skills of site supervisors and members across 12 sites in Southern California. WINGS works to equip at-risk kids with the skills they need to succeed in school, stay in school, and thrive in life. Together, we complement each other.
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For WINGS, one of our long-term goals is to address the growing demand for social-emotional learning SEL by developing a network of partner schools and afterschool providers that want a comprehensive approach to SEL. BGCGG serves 57 sites and more than 5, kids and teens daily. To effectively teach social-emotional skills, you must first possess your own social-emotional skills.
Adults who model emotional intelligence provide a critical foundation for trusting and positive relationships to be formed. Site supervisors create this perception.
The partnership commenced with a kick-off event in September where we teamed up to discuss the goals of the partnership, needs of site supervisors and expectations. The kick-off also included an introduction to the Wings for Kids Learning Center — an online hub of our work with partners, providing a one-stop-shop for all of the resources partners need.
Our partnership is based on a great deal of learning and listening to one another in pursuit of our shared goals. We cannot wait to share more about our partnership as it evolves and strengthens. Since the kick-off, BGCGG site supervisors have been utilizing the Learning Center to: Work through a series of self-paced courses covering the WINGS basics and introducing them to social-emotional skills Participate in live instructor-led training sessions and implementation workshops Access resources like templates, games, and lesson plans Interact with SEL coaches Our partnership is based on a great deal of learning and listening to one another in pursuit of our shared goals.
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