Relate 918 is Tulsa’s comprehensive resource for social & emotional learning
We all want the best for our kids.
Whether they are our own children, our students, our neighbors, or our grandchildren, young people represent the promise of the future for all of us. And, we share a collective responsibility to pave the way for their success.
For young people to succeed and thrive, they need not only the support of parents, educators, and friends, but also the commitment and action of an entire community of caring adults. Feeling safe and connected, having a sense of trust and belonging, and being able to understand and manage their own feelings are crucial ingredients for their future success.
Relate 918 is a community-wide initiative led by Tulsa Public Schools and The Opportunity Project to build life skills for students to succeed in school, work, and life. Working together to organize and deepen the resources in our city, we believe our mission of building confident kids and connected communities is more achievable than ever.
As we plan together for our collective responsibility in creating opportunities for all young people in Tulsa, it is important to ground ourselves in the best information we have on how to pave that road to success.
Here’s what we know:
These five Tulsa Public Schools Elementary sites receive supports, materials, and professional development to support the implementation of social emotional learning during school time and in their after school programs.
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND NATIONAL RESOURCES