Student Wellness at School
Healthy Habits are very important to everyone, and in our busy lives, it is hard not to fall into a rut! Meal ideas, exercise and sleep seem to get complicated and cause more stress than necessary. Finding ideas and information can feel daunting, but you can always reach out to us. We may have some information/supports that can help, or we may be able to point you in the right direction. We have also compiled some information and ideas.
Check back regularly for updates!
Healthy Recipe Resources for Kids
Cooking and meal planning can seem like such a chore. Listed below are a few cooking websites that hopefully can add some inspiration to your recipe book! They are kid focused and healthy too! Enjoy some family time in the kitchen.
-The diabetes site also includes ideas that are gluten free, vegetarian, vegan, dairy free, soy, nut free and without shellfish.
We also have some recipe books available to borrow from our Library.
Movement and Exercise
For kids aged 5-11, it is recommended they should have at least 1 hour of moderate to vigorous-intensity physical activity daily. Our students participate in 30 minutes of gym every school day, these may be fun ways to add in more daily movement!
A few favorite sites for indoor exercise include:
We also use lots of You Tube resources which include:
You can also search "Brain Breaks" into the You Tube search bar to get a variety of other fun activities to help your kids get moving!
Grief & Loss
To view our document on grief and loss, which has tons of information and resources, please click the button below.
The Children's Grief Centre is offering a Lunch & Learn series for parents who have children and teens who are grieving. They start on September 15th and will be live every 2 weeks and saved on their website. Please click here to access their information and schedule.
Anxiety and Stress