WDG Public Health is pleased to provide elementary schools with up-to-date information on health topics for their monthly newsletters and announcements to parents. Please find below an insert you can include in your school newsletter and/or announcements if you wish. If you have any questions please contact us at 1-800-265-7293
#BellLetsTalk Day is January 30th and our students are talking about why language matters, and the importance of mental health, being kind to each other, and listening and educating ourselves. Student messages of support make a difference! http://ow.ly/d/8csu . Send your tweets, facebook posts, texts and calls today, and Bell will
Rickson Ridge is looking for some more Lunch Supervisors. If you have one hour you could spare, either regularly or occasionally, please let us know!
Responsibilities include: Supervising students as they eat their snacks and lunches, and supervising students out on
Talking About Mental Health January 2019 – Getting Outdoors
Did you know that taking a 20 minute walk can boost your memory and brain power? Getting outside reduces stress, improves sleep and creates feelings of liveliness and energy. Even in the cold weather it is important to find time to get
Rickson Reads is Well Underway!
Our new junior book club, Rickson Reads, is up and running with over 30 members and still growing! We had our first book club the first week of December, and all participants were able to claim prizes based on the number of pages that they had read at home
Terra Cotta Cookie Pick up will be this Wednesday, Dec 12th - PM. Cookie orders will be going home with children if they are small orders, larger orders can be picked up after school. Thanks for supporting our Cookie Dough Sales!
You'll notice something different on our school sign today! Mrs. Sherry told one of our student fabrication experts about needing a new symbol for our outside sign. The paper '@' symbol that she made was just not doing the job. A great big thanks to Jordan, who create the prototype