Trigger schools to focus on behavioral and mental health

Trigger schools to focus on behavioral and mental health

Trigg County Public Schools is taking a new approach that focuses on improving the behavioral and mental health of its students with the goal of impacting their performance in school.

“If we get behavior and mental health under control, we should see an increase in student achievement,” James Mangels, district director of student services and personnel, told school board members at their meeting on 10 November in the district office conference room.

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