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Presenting…Suite360 Character Education for Florida

For 20 years, Navigate360 has been the most widely chosen holistic safety and wellness partner in the United States, protecting more than 37 districts, 2,244 schools, 100,000 educators and 1.82 million students in Florida alone. Our research-based character education curriculum was developed to equip students with comprehensive resources that impart valuable lessons in each of the six character education competencies to empower them to successfully achieve life goals, both now and in the future.

We owe it to our nation’s youth to prepare them for a bright tomorrow so they can reach their full potential and thrive. We know that whole-child wellbeing takes a whole community, and we would be proud to be a part of yours. Learn more about how we can help your school comply with Florida’s standards for character education and more:

  • Character Education
  • Behavior Intervention
  • Mental Health Awareness
  • Suicide Awareness & Prevention Professional Development Curriculum

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Suite360 Character Education FAQs

Navigate360 is your trusted parter in better understanding both character education in Florida as well as detailed information regarding various House Bills that could affect your district, school and students. Here are some of our most common questions we received regarding these topics. If you don’t find these answers you need, please feel free to contact Navigate360.

Frequently Asked Questions
Does Suite360 Character Education conform to FL House Bill 1467?
Yes, our character education, behavior intervention and mental health awareness curriculum conform to FL House Bill 1467. Here are more details on FL House Bill 1467.
Does Suite360 Character Education conform to FL House Bill 1557?
Yes, our curriculum offerings do not offer any lessons on gender for students in grades K-3. We are here to help so if this answer doesn’t answer your question, please contact Navigate360.
Does Suite360 Character Education conform to FL House Bill 7?
Yes, our character education, behavioral intervention and mental health awareness curriculum conform to FL House Bill 7. We are here to help so if this answer doesn’t answer your question, please contact Navigate360.
What if we want to add or remove lessons from our lesson library?
No problem! If you don’t know how to do this, contact tech support at [email protected] and they will walk you through the process.
Can parents see what their children are learning in compliance with FL House Bill 241?
Yes, we offer many ways that parents can get access to what their students are learning. We provide family resources (in English and Spanish) and can create demo account access for parents to view lessons the way a student might. We are here to help so if this answer doesn’t answer your question, please contact Navigate360.
What other Florida-specific offerings do you have?
In response to 2021 Florida statue 1003.42(n)(3), we offer six developmentally appropriate lessons for students in grades 6 through 12 on sexual abstinence. These lessons will be available in the 2022-2023 school year. We are here to help so if this answer doesn’t answer your question, please contact Navigate360.

Florida Character Education Resources

The Florida Department of Education

Character.org

CPALMS

What Is Character Education?

Texas Character Education

Character education is the process by which students learn to be productive members of society through the teaching of core values such as character, responsibility, success skills, trustworthiness, respect and citizenship.

Based on decades of research on effective schools, Character.org developed a framework of 11 principles to guide the cultivation and implementation of character development within schools. The 11 principles include the following:

  1. A set of core values is identified and embedded into the culture of the family, school, sports team or organization.
  2. Character involves understanding, caring about and practicing your culture’s core values.
  3. Your character development approach is proactive and comprehensive.
  4. Caring attachments and relationships foster a sense of belonging and connection.
  5. There are ample opportunities for everyone to live their core values, especially with opportunities to serve others.
  6. Your culture of character strives to develop everyone’s “best self,” including the four areas of character (moral, civic, performance and intellectual).
  7. A culture of character emphasizes intrinsic motivation rather than recognition or material rewards.
  8. Everyone shares the responsibility to model, practice and uphold the core values.
  9. All stakeholders are encouraged to take a leadership role and suggest ways to embed and practice the core values.
  10. Your character initiative engages a range of partners (family members, parents, community members, etc.).
  11. Core values are reaffirmed or revised each year to ensure that your character initiative is always improving and growing.

The Benefits of Suite360 Character Education

Navigate360’s Suite360 is a digital character education program designed to improve student behavior and enhance overall security and safety within your school or district. Developed with the competencies of character, citizenship, respect, responsibility, success skills and trustworthiness in mind, the content library includes hundreds of lessons focused on the critical challenges today’s students face, including vaping, cyberbullying, anger management, honesty, integrity and mindfulness. Our program includes interactive text and video-based materials that can be tailored to achieve the unique learning outcomes desired by states, districts and individual schools throughout Florida.

To learn more, please view these resources:
Florida Character Education Overview & Pacing Guide

Texas Character Education

Suite360 Behavior Intervention for Students

Now more than ever, schools need solutions to address students’ challenging behaviors. With Suite360 Behavior Intervention, schools can customize which lessons are used as part of their discipline matrix, allowing for flexibility to meet the needs of each school and its students.

Suite360 Behavior Intervention easily integrates with your district’s existing discipline matrix and policies. The program offers flexible delivery and implementation options, which provide an individualized approach to meet your needs.

Additional Benefits
  • Evidence-based lessons that focus on reducing recidivism
  • Lessons designed for specific challenging behaviors make it easy for schools to provide appropriate intervention
  • Lessons are adjustable on a per-student and per-infraction basis to create customized responses
  • Restorative practices build community and relationships for students
  • Lessons and students’ responses to questions within lessons provide a framework for meaningful conversations with students and adults
  • Opens doors for conversations about precipitating factors for students’ challenging behaviors
Behavior Intervention for Students
Resources

Navigate360

Scope & Sequence Overview

Download this details guide the various scope & sequence details for Social-Emotional Learning programs for students.

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Escambia Case Study

The Impact of Suite360 Programs and Comprehensive Restorative Practices on Student Discipline Rates

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“Our commitment to keep students in school begins with district leadership committed to the use of restorative practices and the elimination of traditional punitive discipline approaches that have been found to be ineffective.

Then, with professional development, support of leadership, and curricular support through programs like Navigate360’s Suite360 Behavior Intervention, students can learn from their mistakes, stay in the classroom and thrive.”

Jeremy Tompkins
Coordinator of Student Engagement, Escambia County School District

Mental Health Awareness for Students

Young people’s mental health has reached a critical breaking point. In October 2021, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) and Children’s Hospital Association (CHA) declared a national emergency in children’s mental health, stating that the pandemic “has intensified this crisis: Across the country we have witnessed dramatic increases in Emergency Department visits for all mental health emergencies, including suspected suicide attempts.”

In December 2021, the U.S. Surgeon General released a public health advisory containing findings related to the mental health of young people before and during the pandemic. According to the advisory, there was a 40% increase in “persistent feelings of sadness or hopelessness” among youth from 2009 to 2019. It also states that in 2016, roughly half of the 7.7 million children with treatable mental health disorders “did not receive adequate treatment.”

Mental Health Awareness for Students
With Suite360 Mental Health & Prevention, schools can support students with evidence-based lessons that help them understand and improve their mental health and wellness.

Through professionally developed resources for students, staff and families, schools can provide mental health awareness tools and resources that students can use immediately to proactively care for their own mental health and respond appropriately when they or someone they care about is in need.

Additional Benefits
  • Scaffolded lessons present in-depth, professional research and strategies in a format students understand
  • Information is presented in an age-appropriate format
  • Lessons take students’ cognitive and emotional development into consideration
  • Interactive digital lessons keep students engaged with relevant and modern content
  • Companion lessons are available for staff and families
Resources

2021-2022 Scope & Sequence Document

Suicide Awareness & Prevention Professional Development

No one wants to talk about suicide. It’s an unpleasant topic that makes most people feel uncomfortable, especially those not trained in mental healthcare. Tragically, suicide is affecting our schools at alarming rates. In fact, suicide is the second leading cause of death among school-age students.

Suicide is preventable, and it’s time to make prevention a priority in our schools.

Navigate360’s Suicide Awareness & Prevention Professional Development reduces the stigma of suicide and improves the effectiveness of prevention programs by providing school staff with an expert-authored curriculum.

Through a partnership with Dr. Scott Poland, professor of psychology at Nova Southeastern University and international expert on youth suicide prevention, we created a comprehensive Suicide Awareness & Prevention eLearning program for school staff that is aligned to Florida’s S.T.E.P.S. framework.

Suicide Awareness & Prevention Professional Development
Designed for today’s environment in which time is at a premium and flexibility a must, this training program offers highly engaging online modules, helping to easily meet educators’ and mental health providers’ requirements for suicide prevention professional development.

“Suicide is a challenging topic. The training program exceeded my expectations, covering important subjects and providing critical action steps for our team. We need to do everything possible to prevent suicide and help our students.”

Training Participant

Navigate360 Offers Holistic Solutions that Support Students, Schools & Communities

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We know it takes more than a single solution to take care of the whole child and the schools and community that surround them, which is why we believe in solutions that work better together. From prevention all the way through response and recovery, we can provide end-to-end solutions that keep your students, teachers and staff safe.

Building a comprehensive safety plan can be a daunting task, but we are here to help. Speak with one of our safety specialists today to learn how you can maximize this additional funding to build a holistic ecosystem of whole-child safety this year.

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