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School Mental Health ASSIST (SMH ASSIST) is a provincial implementation support team designed to help Ontario school boards to promote student mental health and well-being. This support is provided via leadership and coordination, resources, and implementation coaching support.

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Feeling anxious about a new school  year is common!  Check out the TDSB newsletter Anxiety and the New School Year for more information.

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Say One Nice Thing creates buzz at Hastings and Prince Edward DSB

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Sometimes, saying one nice thing is enough to make someone feel included.

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Welcoming Syrian Newcomer Students & Families to School – INFO-SHEET

INFO-SHEET Welcoming Syrian Newcomer Students & Families to School Document

As Canada opens its doors to those fleeing war-torn countries, and particularly those entering from Syria in large numbers in coming months, Ontario schools have a unique and important role in welcoming newcomer students and families as part of a whole community response.

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