we@sel * february

I senTthis out in sd57 - maybe some resources you can adapt

une nouvelle année heureuse et en bonne santé

Starting out and staying strong.


In this monthly social emotional learning flyer, you and your students will find resources on resilience, conflict resolution, setting goals, perseverance, posters from the Wits program and support in the community. Also included is the provincial child abuse protocol to refer to and keep on hand.


Everything is clickable, and don't forget to browse the pinterest educator and family sites.


Mme. Linda

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lessons plans on conflict resolution

child abuse protocol - en francais

Répondre aux préoccupations concernant le bien-être des enfants

What does “reason to believe” mean?

"In British Columbia, anyone with reason to believe a child has been or is likely to be abused or neglected – and the child’s parent is unwilling or unable to protect them – has a legal duty to report that concern to a child welfare worker. “Reason to believe” simply means that, based on what you have seen or information you have received, you believe a child has been or is likely to be at risk.

You do not need to be certain. It is the child welfare worker’s job to determine whether abuse or neglect has occurred or is likely to occur." from the child abuse handbook

printable anti-bullying posters from the wits program en francais below

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community resources

Rainbows

Grief and loss program for children/teens ages 5-13

years old. The painful transition can be from death,

divorce, separation, or abandonment. We are taking

registrations now for the fall session. There is no cost

for this program and it starts on Tuesday evening,

September 9th

. Please call Catherine at Hospice 250-


563-2551 for information or registration.


School and Youth Team

Northern Interior Health Unit

School age immunizations, Kindergarten, Grades 6

and 9. Provide school-age child health information.

Mon-Fri, 8:30am-4:30pm. 1444 Edmonton St.

Contact School and Youth Team at 250-565-7477


Prince George Kidsport

City of Prince George Part of a provincial and national network providing financial assistance to children and youth who need it to participate in sport programs. Grants of up to $100 per child per year for sport registration fees are offered.Application forms available at the Community Services Dept. at City Hall, 1100 Patricia Blvd. Contact Community Services http://princegeorge.ca/cityliving/recreation/kidsportprogram/Pages/Default.aspx

a clip on perseverance

One Thousand Steps