P.E. Vital now,
more than ever.
In response to COVID, START is launching a new SEL & Leadership initiative through physical educators to provide you with an opportunity to expand your role and impact while intentionally building the mindset, skill set, and meaningful connections students need to thrive and prosper in school and beyond.
Whether online or in person, START’s proven leadership framework can be easily embedded into your Health and/or PE class routines to build essential life and leadership experiences for students.
We're inspired by the tremendous response to our invitation to the Physical Education community to participate in our Tier 1 Training Class. And although the Tier1 class is now full, we're preparing to launch Tier 2.
For those who may be interested in participating in our Tier 2 course, we'd like to share it with you, click the course description button below, and we'd like to hear about you and your program.
In Tier 2, we are looking to enroll participants who are interested in expanding their role by extending the reach of this work into and beyond their classroom to their school, district, and community.
If you have an interest in participating, tell us about yourself and your program to begin the process
Additional classes will be added over the course of the year.
Please check back.
START Leadership's proven model
Proven results with over
8 years of primary research
Created for immediate
and sustainable results
Built with both teachers and students
in mind to combat initiative fatigue while
providing students with the tools they need
START’s 5-step, Leadership approach, effective for educators and parents, is proven to build the Responsibility, Resilience and Resourcefulness students need to Lead Well, Be Well, and Do Well in today’s highly competitive, rapidly changing, and uncertain world
At every school age, START offers a positive, productive, and highly effective framework that is proven to foster the Mindset, Skill Set, and Meaningful Connections kids need to discover who they are, what they care about, and where they can collaborate and contribute in their classroom, family, community and the world.