Unique mental health program will expire unless Legislature extends grant
For a rural student who has mental health issues, just getting to appointments with a mental health professional whose office is miles away can be a challenge. "It can be very labor intensive for the parent and it also causes the kids to miss a lot of school," said Sherri Broderius, superintendent of the Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City School District.
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