The FSL Program will provide short-term interventions to students/families utilizing various strategies to enable these students/families to be successful. Some of the services we offer strategies in are Social skills, Friendship skills, Self-Esteem, Grief/loss, Anxiety, Family break up, and Study skills to name a few.
My name is Tanya Laye, and I am the FSL Worker for the School of Hope. I will be at the School of Hope on Monday afternoons. You can reach me by phone on Monday afternoon at 780-853-2188 or email me at email@example.com at any other time. I will be able to answer any of your questions regarding services for students and families.
A Good Night’s Rest
We all know sleep is important but do we all know just how important it is? The quality of sleep is highly correlated with cognitive performance and memory consolidation. From kindergarten kids to high school teens, parents/guardians need to know how many hours of sleep are recommended. According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, children age 5-13 need 9-11 hours of sleep per night and children age 14-18 require 8-10 hours of sleep per night. The importance of a routine and a regular bedtime helps to regulate an individual’s internal clock. With a regular internal clock, individuals may fall asleep quicker and stay asleep throughout the night. A regular sleep schedule can help with children’s physical health, emotional well-being and quality of life. “The future is shaped by your dreams, so stop wasting time and get to sleep!”