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Parent Resources

South Carolina Department of Social Services (DSS)


Second Step programs help students build social-emotional skills – like nurturing positive relationships, managing emotions, and setting goals – so they can strive in school and in life. We also use their Child Protection Unit to teach lessons on child safety.

Another website that provides resources to help families and communities raise awareness and prevent child sexual abuse is The Mama Bear Effect at


South Carolina Department of Education:


Conscious Discipline:

Conscious Discipline is an evidence-based, trauma-informed approach for social-emotional skills for all ages. Find out more information about this approach. You can also find free resources on this website.


Kids Health –

This site includes information on children’s health, behavior, and growth – from birth through the teen years. There is a wealth of information for parents on many different topics, including online safety, emotions and behavior, and school and family life.