Social Emotional Learning
Northeast Elementary School uses the Hey Kiddo program to foster social emotional learning amongst all students in grades K-5. Each teacher uses the framework to have meaningful conversations and focused lessons on various SEL topics that are age appropriate for our students.
To learn more about this program, visit their website.
Our Northeast STAR PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention System) system is in place to recognize positive student behavior and foster community among the staff across all classrooms.
There are rubrics and signage all around the school building so that we are clear with our expectations and are able to share common language with our students. By acknowledging our excellence and connecting our staff we create the Northeast STAR community.
We are Northeast Stars, we RISE, and we SHINE!
Michael Gaudioso, School Psychologist (Full Time) Thrilled to be working with so many awesome students and connecting with families! Fun fact: I teach the drumline at Sacred Heart University, and I can do the Rubik’s Cube!
Tiffany Leija-Wheeler, School Psychologist (Tuesday-Thursday) So excited to be part of the Northeast team. Fun fact: I have lived in six different states and just recently found a love for paddle tennis.
Rachael Weir, School Social Worker (Full Time) I love getting to know all of the awesome students and families that are a part of the Northeast community! Fun Fact: I love reading and am a big fan of the Ferguson Library in Stamford!
Tracey Morris Prisco, School Social Worker (Tuesday-Thursday) I am so excited to be a part of this amazing Northeast community. Fun fact: I am a long distance runner and my favorite time to run is at 5:00 am. I love the peace & quiet of the early morning.
The mental health team has created an informative pamphlet for parents and guardians that gives some insight to the goals of the school and some tips and suggestions. Read the December 2022 English edition here. Read the December 2022 Spanish edition here.