Stop Cyber Bullying Day is June 21st. In honour of this day we are releasing a new bookmark that directs junior and senior high students to resources that the City of Leduc can provide in the case they are being affected by bullying. This bookmark features the winning art work of Katelyn Laverdiere from the grade 7-12 category of our Think Bigger Than… Read more »
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Leduc Regional Parent Link Centre is coming to the LRC to present at Triple P Parenting Session as part of the City of Leduc’s Think Bigger Than Pink anti-bullying initiatives supported by 2nd Glance! See the following link for more details or read on below: https://www.leduc.ca/raising-children Children are more likely to be confident, succeed at school and get on well with others when… Read more »
Breaking the Cycle of Anxiety: A Step by Step Approach – Focus is on parents and caregivers of kids and teens in grades K-12 Anxiety is one of the most common mental health complaints in children and teens today. This session will distinguish between normal anxiety and anxiety that is no longer helpful or productive…. Read more »
New Mental Health Week tools For the 68th straight year, CMHA invites you to #GetLoud for Mental Health Week, May 6-12. If you haven’t visited yet, check out mentalhealthweek.ca! We’ve just added some new tools to help you #GetLoud about what mental health really is. (So, what is it? Hint: everyone has it.) Here’s what you’ll find starting today: A brand-new School… Read more »
Please see poster below for more information. Registration is required! Call 780-980-7109 to book in.
Junior High Students who love reading are encouraged to sign up for the March 15th Jr. High Read-a-thon activity hosted by Mrs. Peters. Students must submit a 1-page (250 word) essay on why reading is important and why they would like to attend. Submissions must be handed in by March 11th. NO LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL… Read more »
FCSS is hosting a FREE Spring Break “Unplugged” activity. Please see poster below for more details regarding FCSS’s “Paint the Afternoon”.
Check out Canada’s New Food Guide! Canada’s new food guide’s recommendations on healthy eating: Eat plenty of vegetables and fruits, whole grain foods and protein foods. Choose protein foods that come from plants more often. Choose foods with healthy fats instead of saturated fat Limit highly processed foods. If you choose these foods, eat them… Read more »
Black Gold Regional Schools and Mental Health Capacity Building are hosting Sheldon Franken of Inquiry Adventures at West Haven Public School on December 4th for a night of social-emotional learning through active and experiential play. Childcare and snacks will be provided.