6–12 SE(A)L Resources

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Creative Time

Creative Time


GritX, from the Young Adult and Family Center at the University of California, inspires grit, teaches young people how to find resilience, and to tell their own stories, their own way.

Virtual Field Trips

Google Arts & Culture can transport students to the world’s most famous museums, including the Van Gogh Museum, Guggenheim, MoMA, Getty, and more.

Pursue Your Passion

In this TED TalkProfessor Larry Smith explains why you should pursue your passion.

Daily SEL Lessons

Each day, Monday through Friday, Collaborative Learning Solutions provides a new social-emotional learning lesson designed to build emotional intelligence and resilience.

Quiet Time

Quiet Time

Zoo Cams

Tune in to the Houston Zoo Webcams and enjoy a live look at animals that call the Houston Zoo home!

Journaling Exercises

GritX has 18 journal exercises to get your ink (and creativity) flowing!

Tidying Up

Tidying guru, Marie Kondo, teaches you how to organize your desk!

Studying at Home

This presentation from USC’s Rossier School of Education is perfect for families now facing the challenges of working and studying from home.



Yoga for Teens

Light a fire in your core with Yoga with Adriene!

Yoga Sequences

Tummee.com has an online tool for building customized yoga sequences that fit your schedule, ability, and goals.

Free Yoga & Mindfulness Classes

Yoga Ed. offers free access to all K-12 teachers, school administrators and supporting staff, and parents worldwide.

Brain Breaks

Brain Breaks

UCLA Health

UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center has videos, guided meditations, and a weekly podcast to help adapt the ancient practice of mindfulness to modern life.

Sit Togethers

Mindfulness in Schools Project (MiSP) aims to improve the lives of children by making a genuine, positive difference to their mental health and wellbeing

Catch Your Breath

GritX’s tool will help you personalize a guided breathing session, complete with backgorund image and soothing music.

Family Wellness

Family Wellness

Hemet USD Mental Health Resources

Student Support Services cares about the mental health needs of our students and their families. Please visit our district site for more mental health resources.


If you are in search of Mental Health or Substance Abuse Services, please use the following link to be immediately connected to providers in our area: caresolace.com/hemetfamilies

Harvard Health Blog

Dr. John Sharp offers some tips for coping with coronavirus anxiety in this blog post.

The Parent Guide to Building Resilience

The WhyTry Organization has put together a 10-part guide to building a resilient family.

Suicide Prevention

Student Support Services cares about the mental health needs of our students and their families. Please visit our district site for more mental health resources.

Rethink Resources

Right now, Rethink believes our society needs mental health support and emotional resilience more than ever, so they’ve put together free activity worksheets from their H.E.A.R.T. SEL Curriculum Program.

Vaping Cessation

Free resources for parents and students on vaping cessation and substance issues.

Health at Home Resources

CATCH Global Foundation has assembled a free set of lessons and resources to help teachers and parents continue to provide health education, nutrition education and physical activity instruction to their students remotely.