More than 60 educators registered to attend the Sept. 24 New Jersey School Boards Association program on social-emotional learning at the Association’s headquarters in Trenton.

The program, “Creating an Inclusive and Supportive Climate,” featured sessions by Scott Feder and Jennifer Diszler, superintendent and assistant superintendent, respectively, of the South Brunswick Public Schools; Steven Wilfing, principal, Hopewell Valley Public Schools, and David Aderhold, superintendent, West Windsor-Plainsboro Public Schools. It was organized by Vincent DeLucia, NJSBA’s educator-in-residence

Later this month, the NJSBA’s Task Force on Mental Health Services in the Public Schools will release its final report – “Building a Foundation for Hope” – which will recommend that school districts consider addressing the mental health needs of their students by offering social-emotional learning programs.

NJSBA Educator-in-Residence Vincent DeLucia leads the discussion about the value of social-emotional learning programs during a program on Sept. 24 at the Association’s headquarters in Trenton.