What mental health warning signs you should look for in students as they return to school
As students return to school, educators will be on standby to spot any signs of physical, mental or emotional stress a child may display when they come back to the classroom.
“As an educator, you understand and you know what normal behavior is for your students, so you can recognize when a student is off,” said Goochland County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Jeremy Raley.
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