Brooks Co. School District to Focus on Student Drug-Related Issues Beyond Classroom
FALFURRIAS – A school district is looking to make some changes for this upcoming year.
The superintendent at Brooks County Independent School District made changes following three teen drug-induced deaths over the summer.
Academic excellence won’t be the only focus this year.
Staff across the district will be trained on how to identify a student struggling at home and in the classroom or simply in need of an open ear.
Teachers and staff at Falfurrias High School will offer students more support and resources this upcoming school year
They don’t want to stop there.
The district is partnering with the city to reach students outside the classroom.
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