The health and well-being of people is critical to their lifelong learning and success.
Our district is committed to supporting the health and well-being of our school communities by supporting a comprehensive school health (CSH) approach. CSH is an internationally recognized framework for supporting improvements in students' educational outcomes while addressing school health in a planned, integrated and holistic way.
For a short explanation of CSH, check out this video.
Curious about the health and well-being of SD62 students? Check out this graphic成人抖音, developed in collaboration with Island Health and other experts.
For more information on Healthy Schools in general go to
As part of our district’s commitment to promoting health and well-being for all, we produce monthly bulletins full of tips and resources we hope you find helpful. Have feedback or topics you’d like to see addressed? We’d love to hear from you. Email HealthySchools@sd62.bc.ca.
Healthy Schools, Healthy People Newsletter
成人抖音Published monthly for our SD62 families, each newsletter is filled with evidence-backed, family-friendly tips and resources.
- June, 2020
- May, 2020
- April, 2020
- March, 2020
- February, 2020
- January, 2020
- December, 2019
- November, 2019
- October, 2019
- September, 2019
Healthy Living Resources
- From Island Health, related to a wide variety of hot topics and much more of relevance to school aged children and youth via their initiative.
- (expect respect & a safe education) is all about building safe and caring school communities. This includes empowering students, parents, educators and the community partners who support them to get help with challenges, report concerns to schools and learn about complex issues facing students. Included are resources related to bullying and violence, mental health, substance abuse, online safety, and sexual orientation and gender identity.
- and have a variety of health topics and links to various health services.
For more information and referrals to community services contact Island Health (Public Health) at 250-519-3400.