student support services + sel + elementary educators
kids health lessons below
Daffodil Month; National; Canadian Cancer Society
National Oral Health Month; National; Canadian Dental Association
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Awareness Month; National; Canadian Society of Intestinal Research
Parkinson Awareness Month; National; Parkinson Society Canada
Poetry Month; National; League of Canadian Poets
Records Management Month; National; Association of Records Management Professionals (ARMA)
First Week: Sexual Abuse Awareness Week; Saskatchewan; Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan
Second Week: National Wildlife Week; National; Candian Wildlife Federation
Second Week: National Dental Hygiene Week; National; Canadian Dental Hygienists Association
Second Week: Ontario Coaches Week; Regional; Coaches Association of Ontario
Second Week: World Homeopathy Awareness Week; International; World Homeopathy Awareness Week
Third Week: National Medical Laboratory Week; National; Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science (CSMLS)
Third Week: National Soil Conservation Week; National; Soil Conservation Council of Canada
Third Week: National Volunteer Week; National; Volunteer Canada
Third Week: Screen-Free Week; International; Campaign for a Commercial Free Childhood
Fourth Week: Arts and Culture Week; British Columnia; British Columbia Arts Council
Fourth Week: National Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Week; National; Canadian Blood Services
Fourth Week: National Victims of Crime Awareness Week; National; Justice Canada
April 2: World Autism Day; International; UN
April 7: World Health Day; International; World Health Organization
April 15: Microvolunteering Day; International; Help From Home
April 17: National Law Day; National; Canadian Bar Association
April 17: International Hemophilia Day; International; Canadian Hemophilia Society
April 23: World Book and Copyright Day; International; UN
April 22: Earth Day; International; Earth Day Canada
April 20-22: Global Youth Service Days; International; Global Youth Service Day
April 24: World Meningitis Day; International; Meningitis Research Foundation of Canada
April 24: Administrative Professionals Day; International; International Association of Administrative Professionals
April 28: National Day of Mourning; National; Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
April 29: International Dance Day; International; International Theatre Institute
understood.org - a great site
Our goal is to help the millions of parents whose children, ages 3–20, are struggling with learning and attention issues. We want to empower them to understand their children’s issues and relate to their experiences. With this knowledge, parents can make effective choices that propel their children from simply coping to truly thriving.
This journey can pose challenges, though. That’s where Understood comes in. Understood aims to give parents a direct path to the support they need most to make them feel more confident and capable, less frustrated and alone:
- We promise well-researched, practical information that’s easy to apply to everyday life.
- We promise daily access to expert advice that’s free of charge, clearly communicated and never influenced by commercial interests.
- We promise a secure community where parents can trade tips and experiences with other parents like them.
- We promise to help parents recognize and develop their children's strengths—and to address their challenges.
- We promise to share resources and tips to help parents work constructively with schools, professionals and others in their community.
- We promise to respect parents’ privacy and their knowledge of what’s best for their children and family.
- We promise to listen to feedback and use it so that we can continue to make Understood better and better.
By fulfilling these promises, we believe we can help parents achieve successes, large and small, that fuel their child’s progress.
grade 6 initiative free at the y
Join the YMCA
Grade 6 Initiative
Grade 6 marks a pivotal year for youth as they are faced
with many decisions that impact their development into
active healthy teens. This age group marks the time that
youth begin to age out of traditional care models such as
after school care programs and begin to re-evaluate their participation in sports and activities. The YMCA is dedicated
to providing youth with opportunities to reach their full potential: to live healthier, happier lives today, and grow
into productive adults in the future.
The Grade 6 Initiative is a legacy program as a part
of the YMCA of Northern BC's partnership with
the 2015 Canada Winter Games
Free YMCA Memberships for Grade 6 Students
Download and Print the Registration From HERE
What it Includes
What to Bring
- YMCA Membership
- YMCA Membership Card
- Guest Pass Card
- Programming Exclusive to
- Grade 6’s
- Access to additional recreation programs
- Program Orientation
- Access to YMCA Your Y Program
- Y swag
- An adult (parent, guardian, teacher, youth group leader)
- Proof of school enrollment
- Proof of age
- Completed registration package
Are you a Grade 6 teacher? Interested in bringing your class to the YMCA to sign up for their Grade 6 Memberships? We are now holding free Grade 6 Class Orientations where your students can register for their membership and receive an in-depth orientation to our programs and facility as a group!
Class Orientation Times: Mondays, 12:30-2:00pm or Wednesdays, 10:00-11:30am
To book your class for an orientation please contact Recreation Services at 250-562-9341 or be email at firstname.lastname@example.org