The PATHS program promotes social and emotional learning, character development and bullying prevention.

Problem Areas Addressed:

  • students’ levels of self-efficacy
  • inability to interact appropriately with peers
  • difficulty controlling behavior
  • identifying and expressing feelings in safe, healthy ways

Skills Built:

  • problem solving
  • developing positive relationships
  • positive coping strategies; communication

Age/Grade Level: Grades Pre-K-5th

Setting: Full classroom lessons

Format: Series of twenty 30-minute sessions during the school year


  • Recognized as a ‘Model’ program by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA)
  • Recognized as a ‘Model’ program by the Blueprints Project for the Center for Study and Prevention of Violence, University of Colorado
  • Recognized as a ‘Select’ program by Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL)

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