Resiliency: the ability to manage challenges, recover from them, and grow and improve as a result of these challenges. 

We all want to be resilient but how do we teach resiliency among students and educators? Through our engaging and interactive training programs, we provide frameworks and strategies that discuss how to develop and encourage resiliency and social-emotional skills among students and educators. Our software provides a measurable system of caring and connection for students and for educators. 

Explore our various programs and tools to foster these important social and emotional skills.   


Kaleidoscope Connect

Kaleidoscope Connect's evidence-supported Integrative Youth Development (IYD)™ framework, principles, and practices have the power to change the trajectory of a student's life. Through various Kaleidoscope Connect components—PHlight Club student-centered events, Student Support Card, youth coaching trainings, staff trainings, and community events—we work alongside youth and adults to build a support network that cultivates caring and connected schools and communities.

The result? Resilient youth, equipped with the skills, attitudes, values, and confidence they need to thrive amid life’s challenges.

PHlight Club Youth-Centered Events

During these highly engaging and interactive experiences, PHlight Club events bring together students and adults from the community to learn important social, emotional, and resiliency skills.

The result? Resilient, successful youth, and adults who are equipped to support them. 


Professional Development Workshops

Our professional development and evaluation services provide educators with the knowledge and tools to thrive in their careers while developing supportive relationships with their students. 

ClassBright Evaluate

District and school success is bolstered by manageable, meaningful, and collaborative performance evaluations. ClassBright Evaluate is an easy-to-use online tool designed by educators to streamline the evaluation process while meeting state and district requirements.


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