Gloucester schools get $120K to address students' mental health needs

JRI’s YOUnity program recently reinstated its partnership with the RAYS program in Gloucester, which is designed for kids who may have been successful at remote learning but who struggle with the return to school, “requiring a quieter environment to do school work.”

Read the full article in the Gloucester Times.


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