The Ottawa Catholic School Board (OCSB), in conjunction with Ottawa Public Health (OPH), is hosting a public information session aimed at parents to talk about counterfeit drugs found in Ottawa, overdose response, overdose prevention and substance abuse education in our schools.
Staff from Rideauwood Addiction and Family Counselling, Ottawa Police Services, OPH and other community partners will be represented.
When: -- Parent information session -- - open to the public
Where: St. Paul High School, 2675 Draper Avenue, Ottawa (near Greenbank and Baseline) Link to location map: http://bit.ly/2mYn4TS
Marketplace: There will be a partner display area at the event with front line staff to answer questions.
The OCSB continues to work with the City’s Overdose Prevention Task Force to help educate our community and support our students.
City of Ottawa/Ottawa Public Health opioid/Fentanyl resources: www.stopoverdoseottawa.ca
For: All parents - bring a friend too!
Location: Georges Vanier Gymnasium
RSVP: Lots of room but if possible, please RSVP by email@example.com
Paul Davis has over 25 years of IT experience to share and he will provide a Common Sense Approach to dealing with the technology our children have including, Twitter/Instagram/Facebook , Cyber-Bullying issues, Hand Held Devices, Texting, Gaming and Legal Matters as well as demonstrating how easily your account can be compromised. To date, Paul has reached over 280,000 students in Canada alone.
Cyber-bullying has become a serious concern in our children’s and young teen’s world. We seem to be hearing more and more in the media about children attacking children via social media, leading to low self-esteem, depression and sometimes suicide. Paul understands what they do, and how they do it – online.
Note, the same afternoon, Paul will be speaking to Georges Vanier students in Grades 4-6.
Please open HERE for updates. This week is spirit week. Let's celebrate GV spirit!
To celebrate and promote kindness in our Georges Vanier School community, the members
of the Social Justice Club have made kindness pencils and rainbow loom bracelets
to be sold and distributed February 21-24. Students can purchase items for $1.00 each.
All money donated will go towards different Free the Children initiatives we will support this year.
HERE for information about our upcoming Winter Carnival and Spirit Week. It's scheduled to take place the week of February 20th.