Wellness while e-Learning

This Resource is:

  • Resources for students to stay well and healthy
  • Resources for parents to support their student's physical, mental, and social wellbeing

To our students: this is a tough time. We have your back. 

To our parents: we know a lot is being asked of you, and we also have your back.

24/7 Support in a Crisis - Kids Help Phone

If you are in crisis and need someone to talk to now, we are recommending Kids Help Phone – with whom you can call, chat, or text, 24/7. Professional counsellors can provide immediate and caring support to you when you are dealing with a problem, making a hard decision, or concerned with feelings or mood. The service is free, confidential, anonymous.

Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868 | Provides you with access to a professional counsellor by phone to discuss their issue or concern 24 hours a day.
Kids Help Phone Online  | Provides you with online information and services. You can learn about “being me”, bullying, dating, emotional health, family, feelings, friendship, the Internet, LGBTQ, money, your body, physical health, school, sexting, violence and abuse.
Kids Help Phone – Live Chat Counselling | Provides you the opportunity to chat online, one-on-one with a professional counsellor. Chat services can be accessed from computer, smartphone or tablet. This service may not be available 24/7.
Text | You can also TEXT “Connect” to 68686 for support 

Student Resources

We’ve got your back! Maintaining or building positive mental health is an important part of eLearning right now. When you have a few free minutes, check out these interactive websites, apps, and videos.

Physical activity helps healthy growth and development. It: gives us energy, decreases stress, makes us stronger, and prolongs independence as we age. Regular physical activity in childhood develops: strength, heart health, and bone density. Many of the activities and behaviours listed in the links below are still possible while social distancing. Check them out!


Finally, check out Mr. Ferguson’s home work out video – follow along, and stay active!

Parent Resources

This can be an emotionally challenging time. We provide the resources below as some structure and guidance for supporting your child’s mental wellbeing and learning.