4 Causes of Child Anxiety (and 4 Ways That Schools Can Help)

Mental Health and Wellness is an Increasingly Pressing Threat to Student Safety

Mental health and wellness is a pressing threat to student safety

Feeling anxious is a normal part of everyday life, but anxiety disorder is much more serious. According to the Mayo Clinic, anxiety is a mental health condition that involves persistent feelings of intense, excessive worry that are strong enough to interfere with a child’s daily activities.

To help you understand the significance of the problem, let's further examine how your school district can get involved as a first line defense.

Additional mental health and student safety resources:

  1. Back-to-School Safely Technology Guide For K-12 Tech Teams & Student Resources
  2. Article: Does Social Media Cause Cyberbullying and Depression?
  3. Article: How to Prevent Suicide in Teens: K-12 Strategies
  4. Article: How to Improve Student Mental Health: 7 Strategies for K-12

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