Conscious Discipline is used at SLCC as a whole-school solution for social-emotional learning, discipline and self-regulation. Below you will find the link to Conscious Discipline. We recommend you browse the site, this will give you as a parent better insight to the classroom guidance that we use here in our school. There are even fun games that you and your child can play in Shubert’s home and classroom.
Jessica Flowers is our local expert on all things Conscious Discipline. She provides support and training to our teachers and Administrative staff. She would also be willing to provide you support at home. If you would like to contact her or find out more information about her please click on the link below.
Zero to Three was founded in Founded in 1977 by leading researchers and clinicians in diverse disciplines focused on child development, the global non-profit organization now reaches millions of parents, professionals and policymakers each year.
The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) is a professional membership organization that works to promote high-quality early learning for all young children, birth through age 8, by connecting early childhood practice, policy, and research. We advance a diverse, dynamic early childhood profession and support all who care for, educate, and work on behalf of young children.
The association comprises nearly 60,000 individual members of the early childhood community and more than 300 regional Affiliate chapters, all committed to delivering on the promise of high-quality early learning. Together, we work to achieve a collective vision: that all young children thrive and learn in a society dedicated to ensuring they reach their full potential.
South Carolina First Steps to School Readiness is the state’s comprehensive early childhood education initiative. We exist to ensure South Carolina’s children are ready for school success.
Since inception in 1999, First Steps has helped hundreds of thousands of young children prepare for school through programs that provide early intervention, strengthen families, improve children’s health and well-being, increase the quality of early care and education, and help transition rising kindergarteners into school. Each South Carolina county is home to a First Steps Partnership responsible for meeting local needs and identifying collaborative opportunities to help our state’s youngest learners.