Grades 5 to 7 students from Metepenagiag are working with Youth Mental Health Specialist, John Fletcher.
Students are doing Resilient Movements training. Resilient Movements merges Integrative Youth Development with functional fitness into an action packed eight-hour course. The goal is to teach youth real-life, tangible resilience skills. Through group discussions, experiential activities and functional fitness ALL youth will leave this course with the skills needed to THRIVE and grow their web of support.
Congratulations to our very deserving 2016-2017 Turn Around Award Winner Evan! Hard work, perseverance and your resilient nature make you a perfect candidate for this prestigious award! Metepenagiag school staff are so very proud of you!
At 9am, all students with teacher supervision & police escort will be running the final leg of their 'go for 42' challenge to the Metepenagiag Heritage Park. From the Heritage Park, students will be taken back to school by the school bus.
Please note K4 students will attend classes in the morning this day (June 7th) and proceed to daycare at 11:30am.