Safe Schools in the Durham District School Board support students when they make healthy choices. The Physical Education and Health program also provides curricular expectations for developing the living skills that help students gain a better understanding of who they are and help them connect positively and productively with the larger world. The integration of the living skills, with the other components of the Physical Education and Health curriculum from Grade 1 to Grade 12, give students an opportunity to develop, practice, and refine these important skills as they mature.
Revised Physical and Health Education Curriculum,
Interim Edition, 2010
Against Drugs Durham (RADD) is a community-based drug and alcohol
awareness program developed by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and
presented since 1996 for students in Durham Region by the RCMP and a local
network of education, police, agency, business and industry partners. Racing
Against Drugs Durham is designed to promote healthy, drug-free lifestyles
through an exciting school program, including a curriculum, and a
visit by the students to the Racing Against Drugs event.|
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awareness of what stresses us, how it impacts us and the ability to develop ways to manage it to be calm, alert, and willing to learn.
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