Leaps is backed by 25 years of clinical research & real-world classroom experience.
Address Specific Issues
Bullying, Respect, Self Control & Tolerance are just some of the important topics Leaps lessons address.
We Give You A Plan
Leaps is simple to implement for a single classroom, across the whole school and for district-wide programs, too.
PBIS, RtI-B & MTSS Compliant
Use and assessment data ensures fidelity of implementation and progress monitoring, providing a functional Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP).
Access Anytime, Anywhere
Our web-based tools make class prep, assessments & reporting simple, with 24/7 internet access.
Custom Assessment Tools
Fully vetted individual assessment tools and classroom observational assessments provide planning and tracking data.
Leaps is an online system of resources that enable classroom teachers and counselors to identify the psychosocial skill deficits of their students. The system then provides a plan with the specific lessons needed to address student’s needs, on an individual or group basis. 242 Lessons in 10 categories, assessments & reporting tools all in one system.
- Empower teachers
- Inspire students
- Transform your school
Schools that use Leaps report significant reduction in behavior issues, a steady increase in attendance, an improved overall experience for teachers in the classroom, higher test scores and a better school culture.
72% of teachers say they need more resources to deal with behavior issues in the classroom.
About 15% of all K12 students are chronically absent; that is 5 MILLION CHILDREN.
21% of students report being bullied during the school year; that is 5 MILLION STUDENTS.
Increasing attendance by just 2% can save over $170,000 in lost funding for absences.
Implementation Is Easy
1. Schedule A Demo Call
See what Leaps can do for your teachers, your students and your K12 schools.
2. Sign up for Leaps
Get logins, and we’ll start training your team.
3. Get Started in Days
Intuitive tools make it easy to begin, and we’ll help customize your experience along the way.
We give teachers the tools they need to teach what matters most. We care about every student, teacher & administrator.
Thousands of students have already benefited from Leaps lessons
In the hands of thousands of teachers who care about those students
With easy-to-use tools, backed up by 30 years of research in a clinical setting.
Beyond SEL: Addressing Mental Health in the Classroom
“The truth is my first period cherubs love first period because, in their words, they get to talk about things that really matter in their lives, due to the Leaps lessons.”
“I enjoy the Ah-ha! moments I see on my students’ faces when they feel empowered after a Leaps lesson!”
“Most staff members comment on improvements in behavior after only a few Leaps lessons. It makes my job easier and makes the teachers think that I am a miracle worker!”
From the Leaps Blog
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CARES Act Funding for Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Help your school apply for grant programs for SEL, classroom management and...
TRANSCRIPT: There isn't a busier person walking the face of the earth than a teacher. You have 25-30 kids in a class, you are supposed to teach...
Jay Burcham, author of the Leaps curriculum, provides insight into the many ways bullying has evolved over time. Today's bullies are not the same as...
Tammy Geiger, a specialist who works with special needs children at Lake County Schools, shares her story about using Leaps lessons to change the...
Just ASK your kids:
-“Do you know what a bully is?”
-“Do you know of any bullies at school?”
-“Do you think that bullies are good friends to others?”