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Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD

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SEL & Wraparound Services

Social & Emotional Learning

Social & Emotional Learning (SEL)

Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which individuals acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.

Wraparound Services

Wraparound is a process of working with students and their families to build and enhance social emotional growth by connecting them to resources that meet their basic needs to succeed in school, careers, and life.


We believe in the need to serve every student, parent, and our community in any time of crisis by committing to provide systems of support. We will collaborate to assist families in need with a comprehensive plan to connect non-academic resources that will improve the well-being of all students.


To empower PSJA students with meaningful connections to excel  academically and interpersonally through social emotional learning skills essential to succeed in school, career, and life.   


To provide a system of care and support through a dedicated and committed team of school support professionals including School Counselors, LSSPs, LPCs, and Wraparound Specialists. The PSJA team will build positive and trusting relationships with students and families to identify and address non-academic concerns related to basic needs, social emotional learning, and over-all well-being.

Services Offered

Mental health and health needs,

Food insecurity,

Lack of stable housing,

Recreational services,

Domestic violence,

Student’s emotional stability by parents’ unemployment

Experiences by the impact of COVID-19

Legal and crisis support,

Self-actualization, relationship and soft skills,

Trauma, coping support systems for students and families impacted by COVID-19, and;

Many other challenges that can have adverse effects on a student’s readiness and ability to learn.