Boozhoo and welcome to the NWO Be Well Passport. We acknowledge the land we stand on as within Treaty #3, Treaty #5, or Treaty #9, the traditional land of the Anishinaabe and Métis people. This is where we live, learn, work and grow. Acknowledging the traditional territories of our ancestors demonstrates respect for the original custodians of a region and serves to strengthen our relationships to one another and to the land. We can also find strength within ourselves when we stop to remember and appreciate the space around us and the courage of those who came before us. Miigwetch.
Mental Health Week ... May 1 - May 7, 2023
Educators play a key role in supporting student mental health.
Did you know your School Board has a Mental Health Lead that can help you find resources to be used in the classroom? For more more information contact your board’s Mental Health Lead: