Broadview Public School’s spring into action month encouraged students to think about healthy, active living. Walking to school, learning about the Kids Help line, choosing healthy snacks and participating in the kilometre club were all ways that Broadview’s young population started the season on the right foot.
1 – Ava Pezoulas (Westboro), Isabel Wettlaufer-Wang (Westboro), Morgan MacLeod (McKellar Park), Saer Edwards (Westboro), and Mattias Voogd (Highland Park) celebrate iWalk Wednesday and every day by walking to school.
2 – Kids Help Phone volunteer Suzie Shillington (Highland Park) spoke to students including son Evan Runia about mental health. Broadview participated in the May 5 Walk So Kids Can Talk fundraiser.
3 – Evan Runia (Highland Park) was on hand when mom and volunteer Suzie Shillington spoke to Grades 3-6 about mental health. Broadview teams walked May 5 to raise funds for Kids Help Phone.
4 – Grade 6 students get behind healthy snacks.
5 – Luka Fulford (McKellar Park) runs with heart during the launch of Broadview’s spring “Kilometre Club.”
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