The physical, emotional, hormonal and social changes of adolescence can make for challenges that may seem overwhelming to both teens and their parents/guardians.

As educators, our No. 1 concern is our students’ safety and well-being. May is Mental Health Month, which grants us an important opportunity to shed light on how mental health affects young people.

SOURCE (David F. Larson Glenbard District 87 superintendent via Daily Herald) >> CONTINUE READING