Does your school struggle to connect PBiS to MTSS, Career Readiness, and Social Emotional Learning (SEL) while demonstrating compliance with State and Federal Guidelines?

Our holistic, school-wide program, Project TEAM, uses a house metaphor and six relatable characters to provide a common language for staff and students.

Designed by educators our program is delivered in 15-30 minute lessons and activities. They can be used to supplement your existing curriculum or as a fully-integrated program.

 

House with SEL foundations
Harper

Harper

Helping Others

Amelia

Amelia

Anti-bullying

Ruby

Ruby

Resiliency

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Philo

Philo

Problem Solving

Lamar

Lamar

Leadership

Paco

Paco

Positive Change

Our holistic, school-wide program, Project TEAM, uses six foundations and relatable characters and provides a common language for staff and students.

Designed by educators our program is delivered in 15-30 minute lessons and activities. They can be used to supplement your existing curriculum or as a fully-integrated program.

Harper

FOUNDATION: Helping Others
COLOR: Yellow
SYMBOL: Heart
CAREER PATHWAY: Human Services

Philo

FOUNDATION: Problem Solving & Conflict Resolution
COLOR: Green
SYMBOL: Puzzle Piece
CAREER PATHWAY: Natural Resources

Paco

FOUNDATION: Positive Change
COLOR: Blue
SYMBOL: Lightbulb
CAREER PATHWAY: Health Services

Ruby

FOUNDATION: Resiliency
COLOR: Purple
SYMBOL: Bouncy Ball
CAREER PATHWAY: Business & Marketing

Lamar

FOUNDATION: Leadership
COLOR: Red
SYMBOL: Tie & Muscle
CAREER PATHWAY: Arts & Communications

Amelia

FOUNDATION: Anti-bullying
COLOR: Orange
SYMBOL: Peace Sign
CAREER PATHWAY: Industrial Technology & Engineering

Our holistic, school-wide program, Project TEAM, uses six foundations and relatable characters and provides a common language for staff and students.

Designed by educators our program is delivered in 15-30 minute lessons and activities. They can be used to supplement your existing curriculum or as a fully-integrated program.

Harper

FOUNDATION: Helping Others
COLOR: Yellow
SYMBOL: Heart
CAREER PATHWAY: Human Services

Philo

FOUNDATION: Problem Solving & Conflict Resolution
COLOR: Green
SYMBOL: Puzzle Piece
CAREER PATHWAY: Natural Resources

Paco

FOUNDATION: Positive Change
COLOR: Blue
SYMBOL: Lightbulb
CAREER PATHWAY: Health Services

Ruby

FOUNDATION: Resiliency
COLOR: Purple
SYMBOL: Bouncy Ball
CAREER PATHWAY: Business & Marketing

Lamar

FOUNDATION: Leadership
COLOR: Red
SYMBOL: Tie & Muscle
CAREER PATHWAY: Arts & Communications

Amelia

FOUNDATION: Anti-bullying
COLOR: Orange
SYMBOL: Peace Sign
CAREER PATHWAY: Industrial Technology & Engineering

We Offer:

Whole School Programming

Small Group Intervention

Curriculum Packages

We Cover:

Integrating Social Emotional Learning, Bullying Prevention, and Career Readiness into everyday teaching

We Align With:

ESSA

MTSS

PBIS

Documented impact of Project TEAM

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INCREASE in positive school culture

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DECREASE in defiant behavior

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INCREASE in test scores

%

DECREASE in disruptive behavior incidents

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DECREASE in aggressive incidents

Things We’re Writing…

TEAMology’s School Counselor of the Year

Do you know a rock star school counselor? We're sure you do! School counselors play a huge role in schools and don't get enough recognition. We'd like to change that! Project TEAM focuses on six Social Emotional Learning foundations: Helping Others, Resiliency,...

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MLK, Jr. Lessons Continue After January

Martin Luther King Jr. Day has come and gone for this year. I’m sure most of you had wonderful lessons and really made an impact on your students with Dr. King’s words and powerful messages. Why stop there? Just like we advocate for weaving SEL into every class and...

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What Makes a Good Leader?

As most of you know, Project TEAM is built around 6 foundations: Helping Others, Resiliency, Problem Solving, Anti-Bullying, Positive Change, and Leadership. For the month of January, we are going to focus on leadership and how to build that foundation in every...

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