Reduce discipline issues in your school or district
Sound Discipline offers comprehensive, proven programs for educators that help them connect with youth and address the root causes of challenging behavior. This results in lasting, measurable reduction in discipline problems and improvements in school culture.
- Get more time for teaching and learning.
- Give every student the skills needed to thrive and succeed academically.
- Gather, analyze, and act on discipline data.
“[Sound Discipline’s program puts] us all on a better track to help our students acquire the skills they need to feel connected, significant and successful.”
~ Teresa Kaiser, Assistant Principal, Post Falls Middle SchoolLearn about our programs
Level the Playing Field With a Research-based Approach
By empowering adults to address the causes of behavior, Sound Discipline helps level the playing field for students from diverse backgrounds and environments. Our programs are based on research showing the importance of:
- Improving social/emotional skills demonstrated to boost academic success.
- Helping students overcome the effects of stress and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs).
- Using class meetings to solve problems and build life skills.
Build Stronger Families and Stronger Communities
We get parents involved in making school communities better places to grow and learn. We train parent educators who offer families the tools to improve communication, reduce discipline problems, and build social-emotional skills at home.Learn how we work with parents
Research-driven resultsSee the studies that support our powerful tools and practices
- Engage in our comprehensive, ongoing professional development program.
- Discover a remarkably effective approach to classroom leadership.
- Address discipline issues school- or district-wide.
“Sound Discipline provides the tools teachers need to grow from proficient to distinguished.”
~ LaRae Marks, Instructional Facilitator, Everett School District
- Get resources to create a more respectful, enjoyable, peaceful, family environment.
- Find a parenting educator or Positive Discipline class.
- Learn about the Sound Discipline approach happening in your child’s school.