STAMFORD, Conn. -- The Stamford public school district recently announced it will introduce new policies and procedures to change the way it deals with students with mental illnesses, according to the Stamford Advocate.
The changes in mental health policies will include an additional $405,000 in funding for the next school year and the addition of three behavioral health consultants who will help train teachers and staff, the Stamford Advocate reported.
- 1 Stamford Will See Widespread Snow Sunday Into Monday
- 2 Stamford Man Sentenced To 3 Years For Mortgage Fraud
- 3 March Comes In Like A Lion As Latest Snowstorm Hits Stamford
- 4 Disabled Vehicle Cleared From Snow-Covered Merritt Parkway In Stamford
- 5 Former NBA All-Star, New York Knicks Player Anthony Mason Dies At 48