Six Johnson County superintendents announced plans to bring mental health providers, parents, religious leaders, local businesses and school districts together to find ways to address and prevent teen suicide. Kansas City Star file photos
Six Johnson County superintendents announced plans to bring mental health providers, parents, religious leaders, local businesses and school districts together to find ways to address and prevent teen suicide. Kansas City Star file photos

‘Enough is enough:’ Johnson County superintendents unite to fight teen suicide

August 06, 2018 01:39 PM