Student Support Group – Grades 4 through 7

A weekly support group open to 4th through 7th graders where students can have a safe space to connect with peers and discuss the May 7th incident.  This group will use age appropriate-activities and discussion to learn about the brain and find new ways to manage feelings about the coming one year mark.

Student Support Group – Grades 4 through 7

A weekly support group open to 4th through 7th graders where students can have a safe space to connect with peers and discuss the May 7th incident.  This group will use age appropriate-activities and discussion to learn about the brain and find new ways to manage feelings about the coming one year mark.

Student Support Group – Grades 4 through 7

A weekly support group open to 4th through 7th graders where students can have a safe space to connect with peers and discuss the May 7th incident.  This group will use age appropriate-activities and discussion to learn about the brain and find new ways to manage feelings about the coming one year mark.

Student Support Group – Grades 4 through 7

A weekly support group open to 4th through 7th graders where students can have a safe space to connect with peers and discuss the May 7th incident.  This group will use age appropriate-activities and discussion to learn about the brain and find new ways to manage feelings about the coming one year mark.

Student Support Group – Grades 4 through 7

A weekly support group open to 4th through 7th graders where students can have a safe space to connect with peers and discuss the May 7th incident.  This group will use age appropriate-activities and discussion to learn about the brain and find new ways to manage feelings about the coming one year mark.

Student Support Group – Grades 4 through 7

A weekly support group open to 4th through 7th graders where students can have a safe space to connect with peers and discuss the May 7th incident.  This group will use age appropriate-activities and discussion to learn about the brain and find new ways to manage feelings about the coming one year mark.

Student Support Group – Grades 4 through 7

A weekly support group open to 4th through 7th graders where students can have a safe space to connect with peers and discuss the May 7th incident.  This group will use age appropriate-activities and discussion to learn about the brain and find new ways to manage feelings about the coming one year mark.

Student Support Group – Grades 4 through 7

A weekly support group open to 4th through 7th graders where students can have a safe space to connect with peers and discuss the May 7th incident.  This group will use age appropriate-activities and discussion to learn about the brain and find new ways to manage feelings about the coming one year mark.

Student Support Group – Grades 4 through 7

A weekly support group open to 4th through 7th graders where students can have a safe space to connect with peers and discuss the May 7th incident.  This group will use age appropriate-activities and discussion to learn about the brain and find new ways to manage feelings about the coming one year mark.

Student Support Group – Grades 4 through 7

A weekly support group open to 4th through 7th graders where students can have a safe space to connect with peers and discuss the May 7th incident.  This group will use age appropriate-activities and discussion to learn about the brain and find new ways to manage feelings about the coming one year mark.

Student Support Group – Grades 4 through 7

A weekly support group open to 4th through 7th graders where students can have a safe space to connect with peers and discuss the May 7th incident.  This group will use age appropriate-activities and discussion to learn about the brain and find new ways to manage feelings about the coming one year mark.

Student Support Group – Grades 4 through 7

A weekly support group open to 4th through 7th graders where students can have a safe space to connect with peers and discuss the May 7th incident.  This group will use age appropriate-activities and discussion to learn about the brain and find new ways to manage feelings about the coming one year mark.

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