The long school layoff due to the stay at home order and then returning to school in the midst of the pandemic will have long-lasting effects on students, and Madison-Grant United School Corporation is planning to use federal funding to help address these ongoing issues.

Superintendent Scott Deetz said the district knew social emotional support for students and families would need to be a major focus as the pandemic progressed.

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