Schools seek connection to combat student stress

When Salem-Keizer Public Schools (SKPS) conducted a district wide survey of secondary and elementary students, they found something they didn’t expect. 

“A high number of kids reported that they did not feel connected to their school,” said David Fender, director of the SKPS Office of Behavioral Learning. 

Mental health advocates say school is a natural intervention point when students . . .

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