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Health & Wellness Policy

School Wellness Policy

Student Wellness at the Community School is defined by how students feel about themselves in relation to their life at school. A child who feels confident and loved by their teachers can achieve their academic potential with more ease.  School Wellness includes a safe, child-friendly, and culturally appropriate learning environment, and social skills learning in the classroom. Social skills can be learned through literature, discussion, drama, fine art, and community service projects. Social skills include but are not limited to: the prevention of teasing and bullying, communication, identification and expression of emotions, and self-control skills.

This policy outlines the Te Tsu Geh Oweenge School's approach to ensure the environment and oppurtunites set fourth for all students to practice healthy eating with daily physical activities throughout the school year.