This Utah School District Plans to Have a Full-Time Psychologist in Each of Its 36 Elementary Schools by Fall

Monday, July 23, 2018
The Salt Lake Tribune

The district intends to be one of the first in Utah to have a full-time psychologist in each of its 36 elementary schools. Its school board approved the mental health initiative last month as part of a $710 million budget, which includes more staff and training for students at all of its schools, including 10 middle schools and eight high schools and technical schools.

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