The community of Brandon as a whole offers many different organizations and programs which our familes may find useful. Below please find a list of a few helpful links:
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Below are a few other sites which may also be of use for students and parents:
The Child Nutrition Council of Manitoba
The Child Nutrition Council of Manitoba is a recognized voice for issues regarding nutrition programs for school-age children in Manitoba. School Nutrition Programs make a big difference in student wellbeing and success.
Manitoba Healthy Schools
Healthy Schools is Manitoba’s school health initiative designed to promote the physical, emotional and social health of school communities. It is based on the belief that good health is important for learning and that schools are in a unique position to have a positive influence on the health of children, youth and their families.
The Door That's Not Locked
The web is a wonderful place, if you understand the dangers. While the Internet is like an open door to a world of great information, communication and entertainment, it can also be a direct passageway to danger. The Canadian Centre is committed to helping parents, teachers, and anyone else who would like to better understand the good, the bad, and the ugly about the web. We're here to help keep kids safe while exploring and enjoying The Door that's not Locked
. This website has been created to provide you with a one-stop-shop on all things related to Internet safety.
Kids in the Know
Kids in the Know is an interactive safety education program for increasing the personal safety of children and reducing their risk of sexual exploitation.
This site offers families support in finding their missing child and proivdes educational materials to help prevent children from going missing.
In a relatively short time, cell phones have evolved from a traditional phone to something that now resembles all the features provided on your personal computer, video and music system. As advancements continue with mobile technology, it is important that parents view these devices in the same way as personal computers in the home. For their own protection, children need to be guided on both the advantages and risks of new technology.