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By Natalie Gorsuch
Williamsburg Correspondent 

Students Learn Ways to Deal with Anxiety


Natalie Gorsuch

Anna Ward, a sophomore at Williamsburg, participates in one of the stations during Williamsburg High School's Career Carnival. Ward is wearing "drunk goggles" where she had a BAC level inside the goggles and needed to go through a maze without holding on to anything or touching her surroundings.

When you see a bouncy house, an inflatable spider, and a lifesize Jenga board, what comes to your mind?

For Williamsburg School District students, this was no party, this was a career carnival, brainchild of Guidance Counselor Carrie Loose. Loose came up with the idea after a brainstorming session with OVR counselors Autumn Temple and Jacki Thorton, who come to the school district twice a month to work with students.

"My main goal for the event was to have the students actively engaged while learning soft skills," Loose said.

During the event on Tuesday, June 4, soft skills were set up...

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