Davis County School District’s teen centers providing resources to students
DAVIS COUNTY, Utah — The Davis County School District started its school year with new teen centers.
The centers aim to provide resources to at-risk students. They provide a space for students to safely shower, do laundry and work with counselors.
Students and their families also have access to a community pantry.
The Woods Cross High teen center is set to open soon, and the Northridge High Teen Resource Center opened in mid-August.
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