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Park wins Change to Chill grant

Natural Helpers will develop space for destressing

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Park wins Change to Chill grant

Freshman James Vournakis and other Natural Helpers participate during spring training March 22.

Freshman James Vournakis and other Natural Helpers participate during spring training March 22.

Noah Orloff

Freshman James Vournakis and other Natural Helpers participate during spring training March 22.

Noah Orloff

Noah Orloff

Freshman James Vournakis and other Natural Helpers participate during spring training March 22.

Marta Hill, Emma Leff, and Noah Orloff

After seeing the impact stress has on students at Park, the counseling office decided to apply for the Change to Chill grant, according to Natural Helpers adviser and health teacher Allison Luskey.

Luskey said Park was awarded one of the $1,000 grants, and Natural Helpers will be creating a space at Park where students can relax and decompress.

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