Topeka, KS: School staff meets over "serious mental health concerns"

Jan 6, 2018, Topeka Capital—Times: As kids’ mental health issues increase, local school districts boost response Some Seaman Unified School District 345 staff have spent the past few months analyzing strategies for supporting students with serious mental health concerns. A group of two dozen elementary- and secondary-level teachers, administrators, counselors, social workers and school psychologists met Nov. 30 at the district offices to discuss drafts of a suicide prevention and intervention plan that would become uniform across the district.