This promising practice highlights the TAG (Teacher Advisory and Guidance) program initiative created by Robert H. Lagerquist Middle School in Brampton, Ontario. The TAG program is a means to deliver mental health lessons.
This promising practice highlights the Outdoor Wellness initiative created by Mt. Stewart Consolidated School in Mount Stewart, PEI. The initiative was created to provide students with more opportunities to improve the quality of their outdoor experiences at school.
This promising practice highlights the Juniper Land Base project, created by Juniper School in Northern Manitoba. Juniper Land Base introduces and restores traditional Indigenous teachings through Truth and Reconciliation.
This promising practice highlights two initiatives in a Kindergarten to grade 8 school: a unique start to the school day and a kindness club. Many of the students’ parents travel the city to work from this rural area and get home late each day.
This promising practice highlights the HOPE Wheel project. The project is designed to apply a cultural approach toward student, staff, and family needs and is based on the ancient wisdom of the medicine wheel.
This promising practice highlights a district-wide pilot project to support British Columbia’s redesigned Physical and Health Education curriculum. Many teachers felt ill-equipped to properly teach the new Mental Health Literacy (MHL) due to lack of knowledge and evidence-based resources.
This promising practice highlights a program titled CHAT that encourages students to creatively explore their feelings through art. There are many educational benefits of using the healing arts to facilitate learning.