SEL starts at home.

District Zero is a CASEL-aligned web check-in service. District Zero empowers parents to help their child build social and emotional learning skills such as self-awareness and self-management, within 10 days.

When appropriate, parents are able to invite secondary leaders such as teachers and mental health professionals, to the secure and private communication.

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Quick and easy check-ins

We've done the leg work behind each question and survey. No survey takes longer than 60-90 seconds to complete.

Simply add any template to your child's daily or weekly schedule. Read our research white paper.

Responsive mood reports

Rest assured as your child completes check-ins and explores mood data. Explore alongside to empower emotion management and self-awareness within 10 days.

If any risk words or phrases are detected, you will immediately receive an email alert with details.

Validated dynamic resources

Children and Learners respond to surveys on District Zero because each response is analyzed immediately and includes personalized resources.

Leaders and invited secondary Leaders are able to explore suggestions generated or add resources of their own. This strengthens empathy and reduces blocker resolution time.

Organization SEL Impact

Your school district or private organization may already be using District Zero for population-wide SEL impact.

Recommend District Zero to your child's teacher or school administrator today to accelerate our mission of giving whole learner capabilities to 85% of students in the US by 2025.


10-days to achieve self-awareness

  • Unlimited Learners
  • 2 Check-in Templates
  • 50 Check-in Completions
  • 50 Resource Suggestions
  • Google Classroom (SIS)
  • Risk Detection Alerts
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Why will my child want to keep answering the questions in the survey?
At the core of any child, is the desire to be heard and loved throughout their life journey. When a parent allows their child to voice challenges and personal needs, the child has the ability to solve critical day-to-day problems. On District Zero, as long as the Learner sees that their Leader is engaged and empowering growth, check-in response rate increases over time. After 10 days of use, voice expressions will increase and the learner will achieve a core social and emotional learning competency, self-awareness. Learn more about SEL at CASEL.
Who has access to my child's data and who else can gain access to the data?
All data produced by the student, child, or learner; is only accessible to the approved Leader that has initiated check-ins. Upon creating a group, Leaders must invite Learners through email invitation or secure URL link. At any time, Leaders may remove Learners or add secondary Leaders to a group. Once a member role has been converted to Leader, they are able to see all group reports, alerts, and content suggestions. Administrative dashboards for school leaders displays de-identified data so that no one individual is called out. Data in transit is encrypted and we are a proud member of AWS EdStart, promising the most secure and intelligent education companies built upon AWS. Learn more about security at AWS EdStart.
Why doesn't the platform allow custom forms?
When multiple organization teachers use their own language, punctuation, and question types, the data is fragmented at the organization level. Similar to an experiment, increasing variables and reducing controls, yields data that is difficult to transform and measure. Our approach to solving this, is continuously releasing, high-performant and science-backed templates, for hybrid K-12 teachers, vocational instructors, and home-schooling parents. Explore our over 20 templates available now or suggest a survey type we haven't considered.
How do you define 'blocker'?
Our definition of a blocker is the following; A blocker is anything that stops or slows down the delivery of human achievement, or acts as a hurdle for the human. Can be termed as a blocker, impediment or issue. Blockers can be emotional, physical, or environmental.
How does District Zero connect with my child's mental health professional or social worker?
Primary leaders are able to invite any secondary Leader to support a group or specific child. When appropriate, add your child's authorized mental health provider, via email invitation or secure url link available for any group. Make sure to assign their role via "Make Leader" once they have accepted your invitation and have joined the group. Upon acceptance, your mental health provider will have access to all historical reports, active risk alerts, and content resource suggestions. Most recently, we have released check-ins for Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to support mental health professionals on District Zero. Learn more about DBT here.