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According to one survey, 87 percent of teens say the coronavirus has added stress or anxiety to their lives. But one school in St. Louis aims to help students meet that challenge by pairing them with life coaches, through a model they implement along with nearly 400 schools across the country, via their participation in the Summit Learning program. NBC’s Morgan Radford visited there as part of Mental Health and America’s Kids, TODAY’s special series in collaboration with the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.