Summary Target Audience: Grades 4-6 (preferably being mentored) Time Options: During peer mentoring <- start here, start small and local Phase one Phase one would consist of a time set aside each week to find the individuals that have experienced bullying in our school. This time would consist of a more in depth class detailing… Continue reading Taking a Stand Against Bullying – Himanshu S., Jacob C., and Josh H.
Project Members: Xaiver S and Wyler P (Grade 8) – Tsuut’ina Target Audience: All Students, Grade 9-12 Project Plan: We planned to educate the younger kids on bullying with a presentation. We would do this every first week of the month in the different middle school grades to check up on them and teach them… Continue reading The Bullying Project – Xaiver S. and Wyler P.
Collaborative Team Angelina C. and Veida C. (Grade 8) Target Audience The project is anxiety, anxiety is your body’s natural response to stress. It’s a feeling of fear or apprehension about what’s to come. But if your feelings of anxiety are extreme, last for longer than six months, and are interfering with your life, you… Continue reading Anxiety – Angelia C. and Veidi C.
Link to our main document- You can find more information. docs.google.com/document/d/1hxvzKza0o8ukgdRv5QjPs4Ktfsyr19OGQq_QGl1Z4BI/edit?usp=sharing Your final Project Name Education teachers on students mental health Group Members of Names’ Valentina and Natalie (Grade 9) Target Audience (who the project is/was meant to help) -Teachers and Students -Teacher and educating them on how to help students -Helping students with mental… Continue reading Teacher Education on Students Mental Health – Valentina and Natalie
Members: Danielle M (Grade 9) Your final Project Name: Convenient Cards Cards For Humanity Utilis – Latin word meaning helpful, beneficial, advantageous, useful Salataris – Latin, meaning helpful, support, but also means beneficial to your health, or friend, companion, kind Auxiliaris / auxilium – Latin, meaning aid, help, assistance, support Target Audience: This would be… Continue reading Cards for Humanity – Danielle M.