Health and Wellness
Monthly Focus: Screen Time
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Halloween Safety Tips
It is the month for Halloween, so here is a brief list of ten safety reminders for parents from the Canadian Safety Council.
Ten Halloween Safety Tips
- Children should be accompanied by an adult.
- Children should wear clothing that can easily be seen at night. Retro- reflective materials are best.
- Children should trick or treat in one well-known area and not wander into unknown neighborhoods.
- All candy should be inspected by an adult to make sure that no one has tampered with it. If it looks suspicious, the police should be contacted.
- Children should avoid stray animals.
- Children should wear masks that do not interfere with vision. Better yet, they can avoid masks by wearing makeup.
- Children should watch for moving vehicles when crossing streets.
- Costumes should be short enough that the child will not trip.
- Trick or treaters should dress appropriately for the weather and carry a flashlight.
- For extra safety, organize a Halloween party for children in your neighbourhood.
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Thank you to all our Community Partners who attended Health and Wellness Night
NLPS Occupational Therapy
School Resource Officer
Bonnyville Friendship Center
Duclos- H.E. Bourgoin Support Group Foundation
Face Painting (BCHS Students)
Nail Painting (BCHS Students)
Hair Braiding (BCHS Students)
Bonnyville Station 5 fire fighters