Stories from Initiatives

Carmi Elementary School

If we identify specific students K – 5 who we are worried about, and we put specific strategies in place to connect with those students, will students demonstrate an increased sense of belonging? Click here to read their year-end story.

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Dover Bay Secondary School

Focus: Healthy Relationships “Our story this year focuses on student engagement in academics and behavior using a Community of Learners values based foundation for self-regulation and ownership of learning. We wanted to enhance interpersonal skills in a Math9 class…” Continue to read their year-end story here.

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Glenview Elementary School

4 areas of Focus: environment (litter), mentorship (with PA and HE), extracurricular, Healthy Eating. “All three intermediate classes started off by looking at the Healthy Living Performance Standards and having class discussions around how well our school was performing in each area. We talked about Glenview’s strengths and areas for improvement….”Continue to read their year-end […]

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George Elliot Secondary School

Focus: Active Living “We started our year looking at the four pillars and using discussing what the students felt the pressing issues were. Two things came up, #1- mental health and #2 – DPA…” Continue to read their year-end story here.

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Ranch Park Elementary School

Focus: School Connectedness and Healthy Eating (Breakfast Program) “Ranch Park has been involved with the Healthy Schools Network over the past few years. Our inquiry has been focused on student connectedness, more specifically student leadership at the grade 4/5 levels…” Continue to read their year-end story here.

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KLO Middle School

Focus: School Connectedness and Healthy Relationships “Our school’s Health Promoting School (HPS) team initially met to decide how to approach the inquiry. The team decided to have our district’s HPS coordinators create a student friendly survey asking questions based on the comprehensive school health (CSH) four pillars…” Continue to read their year-end story here.

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École Cedardale Elementary

Focus: Active Living “Cedardale is a K-7 school of 209 students that has been growing one grade at a time for the last nine years. This is the first year that the school has a full group of Grade Sevens and…” Continue to read their year-end story here.

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Eagle River Secondary School

Participating with 8 schools in ‘Got Health?’. Within each individual school group, students will be developing their Health Inquiry Question during the Health forum (March 2013) Click here to read their year-end story.

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