School Symptoms Exhibited by High Risk Students

Parent Teacher Conference Handout

Introduction

A high-risk student is usually a student that is experiencing possibly severe emotional, social, environmental or academic stress. As a result of this intense turmoil, many symptoms are generated in a dynamic attempt to alleviate the anxiety. They can show up in many different behavior patterns. This Parent Conference Teacher Handout will provide parents with examples of behavioral patterns that may be indicative of more serious issues.

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