KSHB: KC metro high schoolers feel mental health relief with return to classroom

March 3, 2021

Kansas City metro school districts are giving high school students some relief with a return to in-person learning this semester.

KSHB talked to Savannah Geske, PhD, a licensed psychologist with Saint Luke's Behavioral Health Specialists, about how it will provide a mental health boost for many students.

Watch the full story below.

KSHB talked to two local high schoolers and Dr. Geske about how returning to the classroom will help their emotional well-being.

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