Bangor schools’ rejection of student health survey has left them in the dark

The Bangor School Department wants to know what it can do to improve student mental health. But first he needs data on the well-being of his students.

That’s why an advisory group is recommending that Bangor students for the first time participate in a statewide student health survey that the Bangor School Department has long refused to participate in. An advisory group focused on student mental health made the recommendation Wednesday to the Bangor School Board.

If the Bangor School District takes the team on its recommendation to participate in the Maine Comprehensive Youth Health Survey, it would mean a face for Maine’s fourth-largest school district.

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