State Superintendent wants more social workers and health services for students

Superintendent Evers believes $6 million could be the key to save lives.  His proposal includes spending $2.5 million to offer treatment to students on or off campus through community health provides. Another $3 million would help schools hire more social workers. Lastly, another $420,000 would be spent to help train school staff with identifying and responding to mental challenges.

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