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Apple Monthly Theme

 

September - What is a Healthy School

October - Bone Bounce Blitz

November - Colour Your World with Fruits and Vegetables

December - Healthy Holidays

January - Rainbow Lunch

February - Water Challenge

March - Mindfullness & Breathing Challenges

April - Be a Sleep Star

May - Turn Off the Tube, Get on the Move & Mental Health Day

June - Address Your Stress

 

Health Talk

 

Alberta Health Services Information for Parents

 
As we start a new school year, we are encouraging parents to monitor their child’s health.  Staff and students are being asked to reduce the spread of germs by washing their hands frequently, covering coughs and staying home from school if they feel ill. Instructional hand washing and cover your cough posters as well as hand sanitizer stations are installed in all Edmonton Catholic Schools.

 
 The health and safety of all students and staff is always our first priority. Parents and guardians play a vital role in the health and wellness of their children. We ask parents and guardians to monitor your child’s health closely. If your child displays any flu-like symptoms we are encouraging parents and guardians to keep your child at home. These symptoms include a fever, coughing, sore throat, fatigue, lack of appetite, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting and muscle aches.

 
All related questions can be directed to Health Link Alberta at (780) 408-5415 or http://www.health.alberta.ca

 

Severe Allergies

 
There are children at our school who have severe allergies to peanuts and/or nuts.  In order to provide a safer environment, St. Kateri has been established as a peanut/nut safe school.  You, as parents, can help care for these children in our school community by:
  • Not sending peanuts or nuts to school or any products that contain them.
  • Washing your child’s hands before coming to school if they have recently eaten peanut butter.
  • Teaching your child not to share their food with others.
Thank you very much for your co-operation
 

 

Medical Alert Form

If your child has a medical condition (asthmas, allergies, etc.) and uses an inhaler. epi-pen, glucometer, or special medication, that could require special knowledge and intervention on our part, please contact the office so that a medical alert form can be provided. These medical alert notices will also be displayed on a board in the staff workroom area so that all staff is aware of students with life threatening medical conditions.

 

 


 

 


Health Initiatives

Apple Monthly Theme

 

September - What is a Healthy School

October - Bone Bounce Blitz

November - Colour Your World with Fruits and Vegetables

December - Healthy Holidays

January - Rainbow Lunch

February - Water Challenge

March - Mindfullness & Breathing Challenges

April - Be a Sleep Star

May - Turn Off the Tube, Get on the Move & Mental Health Day

June - Address Your Stress

 

Health Talk

 

Alberta Health Services Information for Parents

 
As we start a new school year, we are encouraging parents to monitor their child’s health.  Staff and students are being asked to reduce the spread of germs by washing their hands frequently, covering coughs and staying home from school if they feel ill. Instructional hand washing and cover your cough posters as well as hand sanitizer stations are installed in all Edmonton Catholic Schools.

 
 The health and safety of all students and staff is always our first priority. Parents and guardians play a vital role in the health and wellness of their children. We ask parents and guardians to monitor your child’s health closely. If your child displays any flu-like symptoms we are encouraging parents and guardians to keep your child at home. These symptoms include a fever, coughing, sore throat, fatigue, lack of appetite, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting and muscle aches.

 
All related questions can be directed to Health Link Alberta at (780) 408-5415 or http://www.health.alberta.ca

 

Severe Allergies

 
There are children at our school who have severe allergies to peanuts and/or nuts.  In order to provide a safer environment, St. Kateri has been established as a peanut/nut safe school.  You, as parents, can help care for these children in our school community by:
  • Not sending peanuts or nuts to school or any products that contain them.
  • Washing your child’s hands before coming to school if they have recently eaten peanut butter.
  • Teaching your child not to share their food with others.
Thank you very much for your co-operation
 

 

Medical Alert Form

If your child has a medical condition (asthmas, allergies, etc.) and uses an inhaler. epi-pen, glucometer, or special medication, that could require special knowledge and intervention on our part, please contact the office so that a medical alert form can be provided. These medical alert notices will also be displayed on a board in the staff workroom area so that all staff is aware of students with life threatening medical conditions.