The Mutt-i-grees Curriculum is proud to share with you a piece from OKC Pets Magazine about our hardworking MUTTS Club in Norman, Oklahoma! This extended feature goes into detail about some of the initiatives the students are working on as well as the positive effects they have left on their communities since incorporating the curriculum - Read more
On February 1st, the team presented to a group of New York Public Library young adult librarians at a professional development conference held at 53rd Street Library in New York, NY. A lot of great ideas were shared and it was exciting to share Mutt-i-grees’ new initiatives and activities planned for the students who - Read more
The Mutt-i-grees team will co-present with Principal Michael Tountasakis of Harris Middle School in Spruce Pine, NC at the 2019 Connecting Communities of Education Stakeholders conference in Greensboro, NC. During the session titled, “Why your next great hire might be a real dog”, the team will discuss how the Mutt-i-grees Curriculum connected the school - Read more
On Tuesday, February 26th the Mutt-i-grees Curriculum will be attending MS 88’s annual Core Values Night to the MS 88 PTA. With the help of the school’s own Principal Mitchell, the team will introduce the newest addition to the Mutt-i-grees programming, Muttigrees at Home and will have an in-depth discussion on how to integrate - Read more
“The young people we work with face persecution, forced flight from their homes, and instability that has robbed them of the security and safety that every child deserves... [now] we can provide them with a powerful gift: the chance to feel like a kid again.” - Anthony Enriquez, Director of Unaccompanied Minors Program - Read more
As we mark the 17th anniversary of the tragic attack on our nation, we would like to commemorate all victims and heroes who were affected on September 11th as well as their family and friends. On that day, countless heroes, civilian and professional, stepped up to help those in need and comforted those whom - Read more
Purina proudly calls St. Louis, Missouri home, and takes supporting their communities very seriously. Since many St. Louis youth face academic challenges tied to poverty, Purina set out to find a program to reach at-risk kids that linked social and emotional learning with their core mission of providing supplies to people - Read more
We are honored that The Mutt-i-grees Curriculum has been recognized as a revolutionary education program that needs to be shared with the world. It was selected from almost 1,000 international entrants for its unique groundbreaking efforts to enhance the social and emotional competence of children. International researchers and educators rigorously evaluated programs for their originality, impact, and ability to be expanded to a global scale to teach children in many different cultures.
Home/Blog/ May 2017 A Harvard University research study, Navigating SEL from the Inside Out: Looking Inside & Across 25 Leading SEL Programs, found The Mutt-i-grees Curriculum to be one of the most impactful programs teaching social and emotional skills. The report is designed to help schools and out-of-school-time programs better - Read more
A Connecticut children’s museum has discovered that, thanks to the Mutt-i-grees® Curriculum, a visit to the museum can teach kids a lot about shelter pets, while encouraging them to become activists and advocates for rescue.