Maumee focuses on students’ social and emotional health

As many school districts return to in-person learning, some students may have trouble adjusting after a year of mostly remote learning.

School leaders in Maumee saw this coming. A big focus for this school year is improving students’ social and emotional health. While this concern is primarily for younger students, it applies to everyone. District officials decided students need more behavioral support and hired an additional behavior analyst. This individual will help students manage themselves and the way they act inside a classroom, especially if they already have difficulty navigating the traditional school structure.

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