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By Marc Lutz 

Social-emotional life skills fair to help kids with resources and opportunities

 


What’s being labeled as a social-emotional fair is aiming to give kids skills that will be useful to them in life after school.

On April 5, Wrangell High School and Stikine Middle School will host an event that involves various organizations throughout the community to help students learn everything from stress-reduction skills to how to balance a checkbook.

“We’ve been struggling ever since COVID, or even before that with the social-emotional situation with our kids,” said Bob Davis, the assistant principal of both schools. “Krissy Smith over at SEARHC called and said, ‘Hey, we...



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