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Now that students are settled into school and families are returning to routines, one of our community partners, Fraser Health, has assembled a comprehensive collection of resources to tackle everything from school anxiety to lunches, sleep habits to immunizations.
Ensuring your child is as healthy as possible is an important step in preparing them for success at school That means making sure they are eating and sleeping well, and are able to recharge after school in a healthy way to prepare for the next day.
It also means paying close attention to their mental health, helping them cope with any back-to-school anxiety and supporting teenagers to make good choices in high school when faced with relationship or peer pressure issues. And it includes taking preventative measures like immunization to ensure they are protected from communicable diseases in their classrooms.
Check HERE for an abundance of information about school anxiety; nutrition and exercise; safe travel to and from school; healthy after-school activities; sleep, dental hygiene and immunizations; and personal safety for high schoolers.
The School Health web resource also answers the top health questions of parents, teachers and school administrators.
~courtesy Fraser Health