Healthy Learners

Welcome to the Healthy Learners page

Posted: November 20, 2019

A parent's guide to prepare your child for school vaccinations

Posted: November 20, 2019

Four strategies to help a student with school vaccines

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Posted: May 3, 2019


Link for Staff EpiPen training and resources. 

Posted: January 24, 2019

Health Canada

Public Health Agncy of Canada continues to add information and guidelines for Canadians concerning vaping products on its website and is thus one of the best websites to consult for current information on the topic. 

Topics include:

1. About Vaping

2. Vaping in Canada- What We Know

3. Vaping and Quiting Smoking

4. Vaping Product Information

5. Risks of Vaping

6. Vaping and Youth (Special page with content aimed at youth)

Posted: January 24, 2019

NB Anti-Tobacco Coalition

Information on legislation and links to resources

Posted: January 24, 2019

GNB Tobacco Free Living

Posted: January 14, 2019

Protect Kids Online

Canadian Center for Child Protection

Helping kids stay safe while online is something many parents are concerned about. Yet, as a parent, it can be difficult to stay up to date with new technology and how to best protect your kids. is here to help parents/guardians stay on top of the digital world their children are engaging in.

Here you will find information about the ever-changing online interests of young people, the potential risks they face and proactive strategies to help keep your child/adolescent safe while online.

Posted: December 3, 2018

Canadian Pediatric Society Diabetes Education

Diabetes education in schools, parents section, tools and resources

Posted: May 28, 2018

Flouride Mouthrinse Program


A fluoride mouthrinse program is available in participating elementary schools throughout the Province. The program is delivered in partnership with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.


Elementary school children across the province may participate in the program free of charge in schools that have opted to provide this service. Parental consent is required. Parents receive a letter outlining the program. They must sign and return an approval form to their child’s school before the child is permitted to participate. Research has shown that fluoride mouthrinse programs are effective in reducing cavities by as much as 20 to 30 percent.


Fluoride is a naturally occurring element. As a supplement to other good dental health habits, fluoride assists in the prevention of tooth decay. Once a week, teachers or volunteers prepare a fluoride solution at school. The students rinse with the solution for one minute and then discharge the liquid into paper cups for disposal. The entire procedure takes less than five minutes of class time per week.



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