The door leading into Christina Gotelli’s office stays slightly ajar as long as students are on campus. Even if there’s a brisk breeze rolling through West Marin School, as there was on Tuesday afternoon, the prevention and early-intervention counselor wants her ears readily available for students to come in and chat. It could be about test . . .

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