SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING VISION STATEMENT
Streator Township High School prepares its graduates to utilize social, emotional and academic skills in order to become resourceful, empathetic and resilient life-long learners. We envision a school district and community that supports students in developing a healthy sense of self and social awareness, embracing diversity with empathy and respect for others, making responsible decisions, and effectively engaging with the world.
SOCIAL EMOTIONAL MISSION STATEMENT
Streator Township High School, in our accepting and inclusive community, will foster and prepare students in the five social and emotional competencies: Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social-Awareness, Relationship Skills, and Responsible Decision Making
STREATOR HIGH SCHOOL'S SCHOOLWIDE EDUCATION
Streator Township High School presents bi-monthly themed videos to all students to provide school wide education.
To see the Bulldog Support Videos, you can click the link on this page
2022-2023 School Year Monthly Video Themes
August's Theme: Welcome to SHS & Reasons to get Involved
September's Theme: Suicide Prevention & Positive Mental Health Awareness
October's Theme: Red Ribbon Month - Addiciton Awareness & Managing Peer Pressure
November's Theme: Diversity Awareness & Building a culture of Respect
December's Theme: Building Resiliency in Adolescene to Adulthood
January's Theme: Developing & Enhancing Skills to prepare for your Future.
February's Theme: Teen Dating Violence Awareness - Developing Healthy Relationships
March's Theme: Safety Awareness: Understanding Risk Behaviors & When to Report
April's Theme: Mental Health Awareness & Developing Interpersonal Skills
May's Theme: Importance of Gratitude & Celebrating Personal Success
STREATOR HIGH SCHOOL'S SECONDARY SOCIAL EMOTIONAL SUPPORTS
Streator Township High School provides a wide variety of social emotional supports to meet specific needs of students.
If a student is struggling with attendance, academics, or social emotional needs, we provide small group and individual supports. Students can be referred to group or individual interventions by teachers, school staff, parents, students, and self-referrals.
As a parent or student, to make a request simply contact your school counselor or one of the social workers either via email or phone.