KSHB: How to recognize and address your child’s back-to-school anxiety

August 18, 2021

With school districts in Missouri beginning class next week, it's normal for children to feel some anxiety as they return to school.

KSHB talked to Susan Pinne with Saint Luke's Crittenton Children's Center about out how parents can recognize anxiety in their children and address those feelings.

Watch the story below.

Pinne explains what parents should look for to recognize a child may be feeling anxious.

Pinne offers tips on how to help ease stress and anxiety your child may be feeling.

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