Suite360

Attendance Program

Suite360

Attendance Program

Attending school is important. For many students, being in school is the most important part of learning. In fact, school attendance is probably the most direct cause of students doing well in school, as well as later in life.

So what if a student misses school?

Suite360 Attendance Program

When a student misses ten percent of the school year (18 or more days) with excused or unexcused absences, they will actually have a harder time learning to read.

It’s true. Missing just ten percent of the school year will have a lifelong impact on a student’s ability to process and learn new material, as well as get high marks on standardized exams.

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When a student misses ten percent of the school year (18 or more days) with excused or unexcused absences, they will actually have a harder time learning to read.

So it’s important for students to be in school every single day. Watch the following video to find out more:

Don’t Miss!

The first time a student is absent from school, one might think it’s probably no big deal, they were sick, had an appointment, or whatever the reason is for the day off. But when the student comes back to school…whoa! There’s A LOT that was missed!

But what if the student is absent again? And again. And AGAIN. That’s a whole lot more work to make up. How will the student get it done AND keep on pace with everyone else? Oftentimes, they don’t.

What are students missing?

Think about what students are missing during those school days when they’re absent. Perhaps they have been working hard on group projects, tests, and essays? Maybe they’ll miss an important part of those assignments, and then find it difficult to catch up.

Some teachers only allow you make up work if you have an excused absence. Students could end up having a lot at stake by continuing to miss school.

Take a look at how some of the students from Dodgertown Elementary School view their attendance at school:

To learn more about how Suite360 can help improve Attendance and Tardiness at your school, just fill out the form below for a free demo.

Attendance Program

What is Suite360?
At Evolution Labs, we have more than twenty years experience in K-12 and Higher Education, helping students succeed academically, socially, and emotionally. We know college-readiness is not only an issue of academic preparedness, but also an issue of social and emotional preparedness. We developed Suite360 Social Emotional Learning Curriculum to address those non-academic issues surrounding student success and wellness. Suite360 is a digital character development and behavior intervention program for your school or district.

Suite360 offers programs for students and parents as well as professional development for teachers, administrators, and school staff. Our Student Engagement Strategies program is a restorative practices program for students who need extra support with conduct and behavior. Our programs include expert-developed, interactive, text and video-based material that can be easily tailored to achieve the learning outcomes desired by states, districts, and individual schools.

Suite360 is designed for Gen Z students
Digital natives are forcing change in the field of education: the average attention span of a Gen Z student is only eight seconds! Research shows they adopt technology at high levels and crave technology-enhanced learning opportunities (Cook, 2015; Mohr, K and Mohr, E, 2017). Suite360 meets the learning preferences of Gen Z students by employing visually engaging content and technology via desktop, web-responsive and mobile app design.

Ease of Implementation
The most valuable resource in today’s schools is time, but how can we fit another initiative onto busy educators and administrators plates? You don’t- instead get time back! Suite360 saves time because there is no need to design and plan character education and SEL lessons. Our Suite360 content creators, professional educators and writers, have already done the research for you. Our support team makes rolling out Suite360 to your parents, faculty and students a breeze.

Lesson Topics
The ever-expanding Suite360 Topic Library includes hundreds of professionally-developed lessons and assessments on developmentally appropriate topics for K-12 students like vaping, respect, empathy, mindfulness, time management, bullying, cyber-safety, and many more.

Sample Lesson Topic: Mindfulness
Suite360 lessons consider the developmental stage of each grade level before offering age appropriate information and strategies to regulate strong emotions, such as quieting one’s mind with deep breathing. Research supports that mindfulness practices, such as the techniques modeled in Suite360, reduce students’ stress and improve academic outcomes. In addition to psychological benefits like increased feelings of optimism, students showed higher levels of attention, better retention of information and higher math grades than their peers who didn’t use mindfulness tools. Another study indicated significant improvements in working memory capacity because these skills counteract stressors that impair a student’s ability to store information then recall and apply it. When students practice self-calming strategies and focus on the present moment as part of their Suite360 lessons, it may boost their emotional well-being and increase their ability to self-regulate.

Suite360 is CASEL-aligned, research-supported and SAFE-designed
CASEL-Aligned Lessons
Founded in 1994, CASEL focuses on establishing high-quality, evidence-based social and emotional learning (SEL) as an essential part of preK-12 education. Suite360 supports their mission to advance implementation of SEL in schools. Our lessons are aligned with CASEL’s Five Core Competencies (adapted from Greenberg et al., 2017):

SOCIAL AWARENESS
Honoring the perspective of people with different backgrounds, respecting social norms and practicing empathy, responding with compassion

RELATIONSHIP SKILLS
Communicating clearly, being an active listener, resisting social pressure, negotiating conflict constructively, effectively collaborating with others

RESPONSIBLE DECISION MAKING
Identifying problems and helping students realistically evaluate the consequences of actions; taking the health and wellbeing of self and others into consideration

Suite360 is supported by neuroeducation research
Neuroscience research paired with SEL gives us a great lens with which to view student success. Johns Hopkins University is a pioneer in neuroeducation and the birthplace of Dr. Mariale Hardiman’s Brain Targeted Teaching (BTT) Model (http://www.braintargetedteaching.org)

Why is the emotional climate of the classroom (Brain Target One) important?
When a student experiences stress, the frontal cortex is impacted. Impairment of this area can negatively affect reasoning, problem solving, and social judgment- all of which affect school success! A healthy emotional classroom climate entails a personal connection between teacher and student, but also between content and student. It’s a warm supportive environment that ensures a sense of belonging and community. A learning space infused with trust, humor, choice and acceptance increases student engagement.

Well-designed SEL programs are characterized by the acronym SAFE:
(adapted from Greenberg et al., 2017)

  • Sequenced: a coordinated set of activities to foster skill development
  • Active: use active forms of learning to help students master new skills
  • Focused: emphasize the development of personal and social skills
  • Explicit: target specific social-emotional skills

Extensive research linking SEL to academic achievement and other positive outcomes for students is powerful. One meta- analysis of K-12 interventions reported significant effects on positive social behavior, conduct problems, and academic performance indicating that SEL programs are valuable preventive interventions. They also found gains remained significant during follow-up indicating the long-term benefits of SEL interventions (Greenberg, et al., 2017).

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