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Skills For Tomorrow

Skills For Tomorrow is a comprehensive primary prevention curriculum for upper elementary and middle school students to assist with the development of social and life skills. Through role playing, stories and discussions, the program addresses the issues and pressures students face on a daily basis. It recognizes that decisions are the most difficult when they involve peers. 

The program was first established 10 years ago with the help of program assessments completed by teachers, which indicated the need to include more socially relevant information in the curriculum. Over the past five years, research has proven that the most effective prevention programs include a Life Skills (social skills) component. The Skills For Tomorrow program has evolved into a network of more than 60 classrooms and 2,000 students.