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Ep. 218 Trauma-Informed Schools

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Nearly ⅔ of adults report experiencing at least one adverse childhood experience, or ACEs, which can have negative impacts including health problems, mental health issues, and learning difficulties. Mental health support for students is critical. Now, more than ever, we as a state need to invest in our children and provide them with the services they need. To see what a trauma-informed school looks like and what they are doing to help students, we visited West Greene Elementary School in Greene County to learn more. Guests Elizabeth DeKonty, Director, NC Center for Resilience and Learning Antonio Blow, Director of Student Services, Greene County Schools Phil Cook, Principal, West Greene Elementary School, Greene County Schools Anya Mattingly, Assistant Principal, West Greene Elementary School, Greene County Schools Griffin Gurkin, Teacher, West Greene Elementary School, Greene County Schools
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Nearly ⅔ of adults report experiencing at least one adverse childhood experience, or ACEs, which can have negative impacts including health problems, mental health issues, and learning difficulties. Mental health support for students is critical. Now, more than ever, we as a state need to invest in our children and provide them with the services they need. To see what a trauma-informed school looks like and what they are doing to help students, we visited West Greene Elementary School in Greene County to learn more. Guests Elizabeth DeKonty, Director, NC Center for Resilience and Learning Antonio Blow, Director of Student Services, Greene County Schools Phil Cook, Principal, West Greene Elementary School, Greene County Schools Anya Mattingly, Assistant Principal, West Greene Elementary School, Greene County Schools Griffin Gurkin, Teacher, West Greene Elementary School, Greene County Schools
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