Clearfield Cares Teen Center Opens To At-Risk Students
Apr 12, 2021, 4:56 PM | Updated: 4:59 pm
(Used by permission, Clearfield City)
CLEARFIELD, Utah – The Davis School District held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday for the new Clearfield Cares Teen Center, which provides assistance to students in crisis.
The center was built to give at-risk students a place to shower, dress privately, do their laundry, access hygiene items, use a quiet study area and make connections to vital education and community resources.
It was constructed in the old gym at Clearfield High School.
Officials estimated there were 1,200 homeless or displaced students in the Davis School District.
Plans were made to build three additional care centers at Northridge, Layton and Woods Cross High Schools.
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