School guidance counselors, social workers urged to watch for signs of distress early on


Pick up on clues: Zoe Frantz of the Jason Foundation spoke to a group of school professionals Thursday about identifying students at risk of committing suicide.

GREENFIELD — If parents think kids as young as elementary school age don’t contemplate suicide, they can think again.

The widespread nature of youth suicide – and how to prevent it – was the focus of a training seminar Thursday geared toward school guidance counselors and social workers.

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