Originally Aired Thursday, May 14th at 2pm ET/11am PT

As leaders of student services, mental health, and counseling in today’s context, it’s more important than ever to take an intentional approach to the well-being and social-emotional learning of students and staff.  

Watch this interactive Q&A with Panorama and educational leaders to learn how your peers are supporting well-being and SEL now and into the fall:

  • Balancing responding to the “now” and preparing for the unknown
  • Focusing on relationships and building a safe virtual or in-person school community 
  • Understanding and supporting adult social emotional learning skills and capacity building 
  • Aligning resources and staffing to support students' needs for back-to-school 
  • Gathering data on students’ social-emotional learning and well-being through surveys in order to provide targeted supports


Expert Panelists:


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Dr. Jessica Dreher, Director of Student Services, Thomasville City Schools (NC)



Denise Ndukwu


Denise Ndukwu, MSEd, Professional School Counselor, Michigan City Area Schools (IN) 



Rexanne Hill


Dr. Rexanne Hill, Executive Director of Student Support, Lee's Summit R-7 School District (MO)



Cap Circle


Cap Aguilar, Professional Learning, Panorama Education