Bringing well-being into the classroom

Our goal is to empower youth and educators with the tools to take action and care for themselves and their local and global communities. With the WE Schools Well-being initiative at the Grades 4 to 6 level, we can build the foundation for today’s generation to become active citizens who care. Start with our Foundational Module to develop a supportive, caring classroom environment for students and use the Educator Guide as you continue the program.

Teacher Training

Just for educators, we’ve created a series of training videos to help you support your students. Develop your skills around well-being and learn how to take action for mental health with your class.

Educator Training: SEL & Service-Learning
Dr. Mark Greenberg on Service-Learning

Stan Kutcher Video Series

Dr. Stan Kutcher is a renowned expert in adolescent mental health and a leader in mental health research. Watch and share his helpful videos on important well-being topics.

5 Things for Optimal Mental Well-being
Educator Training: Teach Mental Health
Self Care for Educators
The What and the Why
Understanding Language
Understanding Stress Response

Coming soon: additional resources and lesson plans for Grades 4 to 6

Stay tuned for lesson plans that dive into central themes, direct-to-youth programming, youth summits, an online training platform for professional development and more! Plus, students will benefit from a sequence of social-emotional learning and service-learning lesson plans that are focused on developing their sense of gratitude, empathy, compassion, altruism and resilience, while making real-world connections to our WE Schools service-learning campaigns.



WE Volunteer Now

From curriculum to an online training platform, our programming empowers secondary school educators with the tools to teach well-being. Our goal is to help them promote well-being and foster caring classrooms in order to support their students. With the right tools, high school educators can develop their skills and capacity to lead youth and those around them to take action on this important topic.

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The Allstate Foundation

Do you need support right now? You can call, chat or text with Kids Help Phone 24/7. If you’re in immediate danger, call 911 or the emergency services in your area.