ABC Annual Training

Introduction

Click the video to the left for the introduction portion of our ABC Training.

This video can be shown prior to the rest of the training and can be sent out in a link to watch, or can be streamed via a Google Meet by the Champion.

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Below are some questions we would like you to ask your students before and after viewing the Introduction Video.

Before viewing:

  • What do you know about STEPS in our community? How and why did it all begin?

  • What do you know about ABC Classrooms?

  • What does it mean to be a STEPS representative at your school?

After viewing:

  • What have you learned about STEPS/ABC?

  • What kinds of qualities do STEPS kids need to have?

  • How do you plan on being a leader in your school?

Part 1

Click the video to the left for Part 1 of our ABC training.

Please use the Teacher Guide linked here.

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Part 2

Click the video to the left for Part 2 of our ABC training.

Please use the Teacher Guide linked here.

(Note: This is a comprehensive teacher guide for all parts of the training.)

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Part 3

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Our Focus on Youth

STEPS was founded in 2007 with a mission to help our youth grow up to be caring, competent and successful. We develop programs and opportunities for young people to step up and showcase their best selves.

STEPS partners with Southington Public Schools to follow an Asset Building Classrooms (ABC) model. We also have a STEPS Youth Council and a classroom-based curriculum to improve student health and safety.

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