Call it the invisible backpack or invisible bookbag, it hides in the shadow of that bookbag that kids carry to school every school day. It’s not visible to the onlooker, but kids experience its impact, which may affect them at school every time it carries a burden. The size and force of that impact varies, depending on the individual kid’s circumstance. The contents of the invisible bookbag are from issues affecting the student on the home front which may be family or personal conflicts and whose effects travel to school with the student.
The issues may be so complex and troubling that it compels the student to compel to report it to a trusted staff member at school before the start of the school day. That’s a good way to get help.