Middle School Life Skills

SCYC purchased Botvin LifeSkills Training to provide to middle school students in Montezuma County. 

 

Program Overview

The Botvin LifeSkills Training Middle School program is a groundbreaking substance abuse and violence prevention program based on more than 35 years of rigorous scientific research. Proven to be the most effective evidence-based program used in schools today, LifeSkills Training is comprehensive, dynamic, and developmentally designed to promote mental health and positive youth development. In addition to helping kids resist drug, alcohol, and tobacco use, the LifeSkills Training Middle School program also effectively supports the reduction of  violence and other high-risk behaviors.

This program is aligned to the National Health Education standards and to CASEL’s social and emotional learning learning competencies.  To view all LST alignments, visit Botvin's website here.

 

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