Monroeville schools now offer counseling services and new programming for high school students.
As Norwalk’s city and Catholic school administrators gathered for school safety training at NHS, Monroeville’s administration and staff awaited greeting their students and the 2019-20 school year. To help ease some back-to-school stress, parents — district-wide— can submit their children’s required paperwork online. Perhaps more crucially, well-being services will be offered in the schools.
“We have a partnership to provide outside counselors to our students as needed, through a grant,” said William Butler, the elementary school’s principal.
“(There will) also be free dental check-ups for students and their families to take advantage of,” Butler added. In addition, the robotics club is back for junior high students, and starting this year will be available to high school students as well.
Norwalk city, Norwalk Catholic, Bellevue and Western Reserve start Thursday, while New London begins Monday.
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