Student artwork showcases importance of mental health

Artwork from 220 students in Transitional Kindergarten to high school in 57 public schools participated in the contest as part of Mental Health Matters Spirit Week Colorful cartoons with encouraging words, self-reflective depictions of mindfulness, and bold examples depicting the importance of mental health highlighted the submissions from Riverside County students who put their creativity on display as part of the Mental Health Matters Spirit Week Art Contest organized by the Riverside County Office of Education. The art contest was one of several activities organized for students and educators to participate in Mental Health Matters Spirit Week (May 24-28) in support of the Mental Health Initiative from Riverside County Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Edwin Gomez. Twenty artistic
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