2018 Prevention, Intervention, Treatment, Recovery Catalog - 3
that sticks with students
In the upper elementary grades, students continue to develop social and emotional learning skills such
as: dealing with the effects of unmanaged emotions, communicating effectively, and discerning between
positive and negative friendships.
The curricula for these grade levels also include information on the negative effects of alcohol and other
drugs on kids' bodies and behavior. Drugs covered include prescription medications, opioids, alcohol,
nicotine, and marijuana.
3490 | $265.95 Curriculum kit
3493 | $265.95 Curriculum kit
3491 | $49.95 Additional 30 workbooks 3494 | $49.95 Additional 30 workbooks
In the middle school curriculum, students continue to grow in their cognitive, social, and emotional
learning skills. Hands-on interactive games and group learning sessions help students apply their skills
to real-life scenarios involving peer pressure, goal setting, and healthy relationships.
Students also start to learn about substance misuse and addiction. The curriculum offers expanded
information on drugs, including alcohol, nicotine, marijuana, prescription medications, street drugs,
3496 | $265.95 Curriculum kit
3497 | 49.95 Additional 30 workbooks
3507 | $265.95 Curriculum kit
3509 | $49.95 Additional 30 workbooks
3504 | $265.95 Curriculum kit
3506 | $49.95 Additional 30 workbooks
The high school curriculum helps students apply cognitive, social, and emotional skills as they
face new challenges, such as academic pressure, dating, and an increase in peer pressure to
use alcohol and other drugs. The goal is for students to understand and adopt alternatives to
This curriculum includes specific activities on the stages of adolescent addiction, as well as
information about alcohol, nicotine and e-cigarettes, marijuana, prescription and over-thecounter drugs, opioids, and street drugs.
3511 | $395.95 Curriculum kit
3512 | $49.95 Additional 30 workbooks