Thanks to the guidance of Model UN directors, Mr. Briner and Mr. Reichlmayr, all the delegates were able to be active participants in many controversial debates, while eloquently expressing their points, and finding solutions to real world issues that challenge even the most experienced diplomats.
Social Emotional Learning
Elementary Social Curriculum
Our social curriculum helps children learn the skills they need to manage their relationships one another and with the adults in their lives. Our elementary guidance counselor visits classroom bi-weekly to introduce children to social skills through the PATHS® curriculum (Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies) which is a comprehensive program that promotes emotional and social competencies.
To help integrate the ASM Social Curriculum, our teachers implement Responsive Classroom strategies into their classrooms which supports students’ academic achievement and the development of social skills. Each day our students begin their day with a ‘Morning Meeting’ as a way to build classroom community and a positive climate for learning.
We believe that developing fundamental learning dispositions such as cooperation, assertion, responsibility, empathy and self-regulation are fundamental for growth.
UPPER SCHOOL SOCIAL CURRICULUM
Upper School students receive various lessons throughout the school year based on the need of the student population in order to be successful for everyday life. Lessons may include topics such as bullying prevention, study/organizational skills, healthy vs. unhealthy friendships, stress/anxiety management, and diversity awareness.
For any questions related to social/emotional learning, please contact your child's counselor.
Elementary School Counselor
Middle School Counselor
University and High School Counselor
Grades 9-11 (Last Names A-K)
Grade 12 (Last Names A-L)
High School and University Counselor
Grades 9-11 (Last Names L-Z)
Grade 12 (Last Names M-Z)