KSHB: How to deal with children's anxiety surrounding school reopening

July 28, 2020

Students are heading back to school in a little over a month, but this school year will look much different with the COVID-19 pandemic. 

KSHB talked to Leann Keck, with Saint Luke's Crittenton Children's Center's TraumaSmart, about the growing issue of anxiety in children and how to help them cope as they return to the classroom.

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