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Peaceful Minds

A peaceful mind is a key element in the development of the whole child and enables students to achieve success in all that they undertake.  Initiatives such as Character Development, Children and Youth Mental Health and Well Being and Student Voice support students by providing strategies and skills that can assist them in the lifelong development of a peaceful mind.

Character developmentCharacter, both taught and learned, contributes to the social, emotional, and academic development of the whole child. Character development is a shared responsibility between the home, school, and community.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board recognizes, honours, and supports initiatives, programs, and activities that contribute to positive character development.

My piece of the puzzle

Youth Educator Family and community

WE Movement

Terry Fox Foundation

Giraffe Heroes project – #StickYourNeckOut

Shannen’s Dream for Safe and Comfy Schools

WE Schools

Character Education Partnership group

I Am Because of You (video)

Me to We overseas service learning trips

Dr. Philip Fitch Vincent on parenting and character development

Student voiceTrillium Lakelands District School Board is committed to students having a voice in their learning. We continually strive to provide positive school climates where students feels welcome and are empowered to speak their minds, get involved, and become active citizens and leaders.

My piece of the puzzle

Youth Educator Family and community

Ontario Ministry of Education – Student Voice and “Speak Up” applications

Student View

How can you get involved with the Ministers Student Advisory Council.

What are Speak Up Projects?

What are Speak Up Projects?

Students were asked to speak up and here is what they said.

What kids can do – voices and work from the next generation.

What are Speak Up Projects

Students were asked to speak up and here is what they said.

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