according to She has officially become a therapy dog for the High School students.
But for Derby, Niles High School may become her second home.
To help relieve everyday stress, a new class member is coming to Niles High School.
They’re hoping to have a dog at each school to help students with everyday life.
She became a certified therapy dog the end of January.
according to Nelson-Berna Funeral Home and Moore’s Funeral Chapel in Fayetteville are both using a four-legged friend named Gracie to help comfort families in distress.
To get certified, Gracie had to pass a certification test and do 10 supervised visits with a certified observer at the Arkansas State Veterans Home in Fayetteville.
The funeral staff loves Gracie, and views her as a member of the team.
We’re constantly playing ball with her, and the staff just fell in love with her,” said Scott Berna, Nelson-Berna Funeral Home & Crematory.
AdvertisementGracie isn’t even two years-old yet, and she’s already certified as a therapy dog.
according to She and principal Molly Brawley mulled over the idea of introducing a therapy dog.
Around the time when a Nile High School student died from complications of an attempted suicide, Rinehart adopted Derby.
On Monday, Niles Community School board members approved the high school’s new addition, the Chesapeake Bay Retriever belonging to Carrie Rinehart, a guidance counselor.
On Tuesday, Derby heads to Niles High School for her first day.
There’s a time and place to “loosen the leash” at school board meetings, particularly when the agenda calls for voting on the creature on the leash: Derby, the therapy dog.
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