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About Nicole DeWitt

Nicole DeWitt has been in education since 2002 and has served as a classroom teacher, AVID instructor, English Learner Coordinator, and intervention developer prior to becoming a site administrator. Helping students achieve their goals while addressing academic and social-emotional needs has always been her number one priority, and she truly enjoys developing systems of support to ensure equity and access for all students. Her work establishing social-emotional supports at the high school level has been featured at the San Diego County Equity Symposium and California Student Mental Health and Wellness Conference. 

Show Highlights

  • Social and Emotional Needs of Students
  • Helping Students Who Don’t Look for Help
  • Safety Plans
  • Support Groups
  • Designing Social and Emotional Programs
  • Parental Involvement With Alternative Suspension Programs

Connect with Nicole DeWitt

Twitter: @DeNdewitt

Additional Resources

Meeting the Social-Emotional Needs of ALL Students

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins


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