After many conversations with WIC families, it has become quite apparent that parents take their children’s temperature in different ways. I would like to point out that Public Health requires taking the oral temperature (by mouth) for children 6 years and over. It is important to take the oral temperature when your child first wakes up in the morning and not after breakfast or after consuming a hot or cold drink. In order for the temperature reading to be accurate, please make sure that your child places the thermometer under the tongue while closing his/her mouth tightly.
Here is a hyperlink to read and print for daily reference while reading the guidelines of the Ministry of Health.
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Our school theme this year is Connections, and we look forward to bringing this to light by way of school-wide activities, classroom workshops as well as resources for you as parents on how we can promote a balanced lifestyle for our families.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
School Counselor, Senior School
Whether your child will be learning virtually or not this school year, a well-planned home work-station is crucial in setting up your child for success. Here are my top 5 tips.
If your child needs additional strategies please feel free to visit Student Support Services.