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Supporting Your Child’s Mental Health by De-stressing Family Life April 6th at Westminster P.S.

For all families with children of all ages on April 6th. 7:00-8:30 p.m. WPS library

Come and hear dynamic mental health specialist, Michelle Cassidy speak about mental health and wellness issues that affect our children and how, as parents, we can help.

Come get tips and strategies for what you can we do to reduce stress and anxiety
for your children and your families today!  See you there. 

“Caring for the mind is as important and crucial as caring for the body. In fact, one cannot be healthy without the other.” (Sid Garza-Hillman)

Child care age 4-12 available. Please RSVP by sending in your tear-off portion of the flyer sent home with your child or email westminster.ps@yrdsb.ca   Thank you.  


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