May 28 -Bicycle Fun and Safety at Kids Safety Village
April 29, 2016
Dear Dr. Emily Stowe Families,
In an effort to plan for the coming school year, the Dr. Emily Stowe School Council needs your input. We are applying for the “Parent
Reaching out Grant” from the Ministry of Education for the 2016 / 2017 school year.
These grants recognize and acknowledge that parents are a key part of their children’s learning. Through these learning opportunities, parents can continue to engage and support their child’s achievement and well-being.
How can you help? Please fill out the electronic survey at the link provided.
2016 Kindergarten Registration!!!!
Volunteers Make a Difference: Session Times & Locations
Youth Mental Health & Well-Being Identification and Prevention
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Minds Matter @ KPR: Early warning signs of mental health issues
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Bullying & conflict - May 2016
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Minds Matter @ KPR: Tips for Staying Mentally Healthy
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