School counselors talk year in isolation

It has now been over a year since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down Salem-Keizer Public Schools. Elementary students began in-person hybrid learning earlier this month, while middle and high school students are set to begin next month — OSAA athletics also returned earlier this month.

But even though a return to normalcy looks to be on the horizon, the last year has taken a psychological toll on many students.

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