Sturgeon Public Schools has a variety of programs to ensure our schools are safe, caring and fair environments. In this section, you will find information on the various programs available at our schools to promote health and safety. In addition, we have posted extra information and parent resources for Internet, bullying and traffic safety.
The Internet has become a daily part of most students’ lives. It’s vital they know how to protect themselves.
At Sturgeon Public Schools, our schools teach digital and online safety in a variety of ways.
Student & Parent Resources
As a student or parent, there are a number of resources to help you as well. We recommend the following resources that teach parents, teens and kids how to use the Internet safely and responsibly:
If you are a student who is being bullied or at risk of hurting yourself or someone else, speak with your parents, principal, school counsellor and/or a teacher immediately. Alternatively, there are many other resources available to you.
Bullying in its many forms reaps havoc and heartbreak. One of our greatest responsibilities is keeping our students safe. We work very hard to create and maintain a safe, caring and respectful school environment.
Our schools offer various programs to teach peer support and safety, both in the real world and in the online digital world. These include:
Throughout Sturgeon Public Schools, our schools implement various programs and strategies to keep students safe and encourage active, healthy lifestyles.
Examples of health and safety programs include:
- Positive Playgrounds
- Leadership programs
- Character Education
- Empathy programs
- Fit for Life
- Hot Lunch programs
- Team Sports
- Individual Sports
For specific programming information, contact the school.