By Andi Bourne

Building Trust and Web of Support Through a Full-Spectrum Approach


Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

The full-spectrum philosophy taught at Phlight Club is intended to shift thoughts from black and white and good to bad, to looking at seven factors, represented by the colors of the rainbow, that build a web of support connecting youth and adults.

SEELEY LAKE - Students, teachers and community members from Lolo, Potomac, Seeley Lake and the Swan Valley gathered at Seeley Lake Elementary (SLE) school for Phlight Club June 15-17. Phlight Club used the seven colors of the rainbow to offer a full spectrum approach to help junior high youth and adults build webs of support by strengthening relationships, building trust and learning how to better communicate.

SLE's Behavior Support Coordinator Angela Harris worked with SLE Superintendent Chris Stout to bring Phlight Club to the area. The 21st Century Grant, Healthy Relationships and The D...

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