How Fly Five: The SEL Curriculum can support your school goals for promoting equity. Represenatation in the classroom and in the curriculum.

Date:  Tuesday, March 9, 2021
Presenter:Tobey Belton, Jr

In this webinar, we discussed the benefits that result when school communities make equity a priority. SEL supports equity by making children feel safe, strengthening their relationships with peers and teachers, and helping children manage and express their emotions. SEL programs build upon individual student strengths to ensure that all students can access and benefit from high-quality educational opportunities.


Tobey Belton, Jr - Presenter

Tobey Belton, Jr. has over 3 years of experience in consultative sales roles in multiple industries and brings a wealth of knowledge in helping create a valuable experience for schools partnering with Fly Five. Tobey is originally from Worcester County in Massachusetts where he attended St. John’s High School in Shrewsbury, MA in which he was a member of the National Honors Society. After that he attended the University of Connecticut on a track and field scholarship, in which he earned his Bachelor's Degree in English. With a passion to help the nation’s youth receive the best education possible, Tobey aims at inspiring and changing the standard of value in education for the world to make differences and better the society around us. When he is not working, Tobey enjoys spending time with his family and friends, fishing, hiking, and playing intramural sports.