The start of the new school year should be an exciting time, but some children and parents might feel anxious about the upcoming school year. Christian Ware, Canopy's Senior Director of Solutions, shares tips on how to overcome those back-to-school nerves.
Right now, as many students go back to school in person, they’re probably going to be messy about their emotions and friendships. They could feel understandably anxious about what their friendships are going to be like during this transition time. They could be really happy to be going back. They could feel anxious. They could feel a mix of both.
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