If only life were made up of nice and neat spaces of time that didn’t bump into one another as we move from school to work, to sports, to home. Rinse and repeat. No — life is messy, overlapping with different pieces and parts of work and study, home and school.

“I just think that a lot of the outcomes from the pandemic have made for some really challenging times for families,” Piper Worthington said. “In my work, I’m taking a two-prong approach. The first is to build up families in order to support students and the second is hosting educational events, which provide ongoing communication as another way to support students at home.”

Contact Jeannette Boner at 307-732-5901 schools@jhnewsandguide.com.

Jeannette has worked as an editor and journalist in the Greater Yellowstone Region for more than 20 years. She finds excitement and joy in watching her children explore wild places with her husband, Brad, and their red heeler, Rosie.

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