Improving Well-Being for Students Across Ontario

Toronto-Ontario is investing in new and expanded well-being programs for students across the province, to ensure that young people can reach their full potential and thrive inside and outside the classroom.
On Tuesday September-05, Mitzie Hunter, Minister of Education, was at St. Paul Catholic School in Toronto to mark the first day of school and announce new funding for initiatives that boost the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of Ontario students, and help make schools inclusive, safe, and welcoming learning environments.

The new and expanded initiatives include:

  • Funding for active transportation, including walking school buses and biking to school programs that create more physical activity opportunities for students.
  • Doubling funding for school boards to support local well-being priorities, including school breakfast programs, bullying prevention, recreational activities, and staff professional development.
  • Increasing funding for School Mental Health ASSIST – a provincial support team that provides leadership, resources, and other support to help boards promote student mental health and well-being across Ontario.
  • New and expanded programming to support staff well-being and violence prevention in the classroom.

Province Boosting Active Transportation, Breakfast Programs to Help Students Thrive

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