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Creating a Culture of Emotional Support and Care: Practices and Habits of Care That Foster a Nurturing School Culture
Now more than ever, we are more aware of the need for and the impact of social and emotional health on learning. We have developed resources for use by school leaders and teachers to nurture a climate and culture of care. As instructional leaders, it is as essential to ensure students (and teachers) are emotionally well cared for as they embark on learning. In Catholic schools, we are keenly positioned to care for the whole person, and emotional health is a foundational part of this work. Intentionally checking in and modeling care will create a culture of trust where all feel supported and can flourish together.

Feb 28, 2023 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Whitney Stovall
Catholic School Partnership Specialist @Friendzy
Whitney Stovall is a National Board Certified Counselor and the Catholic School Partnership Specialist at Friendzy. Prior to joining the team at Friendzy, Whitney served as a PreK-8th grade School Counselor for a decade at Catholic schools in Tennessee. Whitney's experience as a school counselor and passion for Catholic education fuels her in her new role of collaborating with and supporting Catholic educators in their mission to serve their school communities through implementing school-wide social-emotional learning through the Friendzy program. Whitney holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Tennessee and her Master of Science degree in School Counseling from The University of Memphis. In her spare time, you can find Whitney exploring national parks with her husband or enjoying all the local restaurants in their hometown of Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Julie Emory-Johnson
Sr. Partnership Consultant @Friendzy
Julie has been an educator both in public and private school settings for over twenty years. She has been a teacher, interventionist, instructional coach, curriculum and staff development director, Catholic school superintendent, and consultant. In addition, she has been a strong advocate for education access. She believes all children deserve well-prepared and joy-filled teachers who will invest in finding every student's gifts and talents. The ethics of care and the study of belonging are both current research interests. Julie is a Sr. Partnership Consultant for Friendzy, growing business and developing partnerships in schools across the country. Julie lives in Birmingham, AL, with her husband, two sons, and their beloved pets. They love to travel.