Social and Emotional Learning

Social and Emotional Learning is a new initiative/priority PV schools this year and encompasses a range of social-emotional counseling and educational support for students, staff, and parents/family. Our social and emotional well-being is a vital, integrative part of who we are. We are passionate about helping children learn skills that support them in their social-emotional development and well-being.  It is important for us to build a strong home-school community, so together we can help our children grow and develop into confident, healthy, responsible, and compassionate human beings. 

Counselor Referral

If you know a Wildfire student or staff member who is struggling with social and/or emotional issues or stress and believes they need some help, please complete a referral form linked below and a Wildfire SEL team member will reach out within 48 hours (excluding weekends or holidays/breaks). The SEL team will work with the person referred to provide help and support.

Click here to make a counselor referral

Everybody Matters

Wildfire Elementary School is excited to announce a partnership with Everybody Matters.

Regardless of their background or emotional state, every child deserves the best education possible and a life of happiness and fulfillment—because every child matters. That’s the guiding philosophy behind Everybody Matters (EM), a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing individualized social-emotional support to children in need. Their trauma-informed counseling is provided by university interns who receive specialized training and ongoing feedback from experienced clinicians on the EM staff. This enables them to empower children with a wide variety of social-emotional coping skills, which in turn helps the kids to thrive in the classroom, at home and throughout their lives.

To learn more, visit the Everybody Matters website.

Social and Emotional Family Resources

The following document lists a variety of resources available to families and community members. The resources include behavioral health agencies, food banks, crisis hotlines, homelessness help, and many more. 

Click to view PVUSD Family Resources
Click to view community Behavioral Health Services
Click to view 6 Tips for Keeping Kids Motivated for Online Learning
Click to view Strength-Based Parenting - great article!
Click to view tips for Managing Screen Time When School is Online
Click to view Mindfulness for Kids
Click to view mindfulness Apps for Kids!
Click to view Mindful Parenting Tips