Social-Emotional Resources for Families 

Welcome to the Social-Emotional Resources website for Sudbury families!

Mental health and well-being are foundations for social and emotional adjustment and competence. The core social-emotional competencies when prioritized across settings, can educate hearts, inspire minds, and help students navigate the world more effectively. Our emotions and relationships affect how and what we learn and how we use what we learn in work, family, and community contexts. Learning is an intrinsically social and interactive process. It takes place in collaboration with one’s teachers, in the company of one’s peers, and with the support of one’s family. Relationships are the engine of learning!

Mental Health Staff

The Sudbury Public Schools mental health staff work to support the emotional, psychological, and social well-being of our students. Each school has a minimum of a full-time school psychologist and a full-time school counselor. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to contact the mental health team if you have questions or concerns about your child's development or well-being. 

Contact Elizabeth Clark or Betsy Grams for questions or suggestions regarding the 

Social-Emotional Resources for Families website.