No Child Without Program
Did you know that one in five children lives with a medical condition, allergy or special need that
must be communicated during a medical emergency? In many cases, children are the most vulnerable
because they are often too young, too afraid or too hurt to express themselves.
That's why MedicAlert Foundation Canada has developed No Child Without - a charitable program that
protects children and supports school officials to address concerns about students living with chronic
medical conditions, allergies or special needs.
This program provides children and students, attending participating schools, one FREE MedicAlert ID and FREE
MedicAlert membership coverage between 4 years of age up until their 14th birthday.
Upcoming High School Information Nights
Literacy/Numeracy Community Programs 2015/2016
Our Literacy/Numeracy Program provides students in Grades 7 - 12 with a supervised opportunity to complete,
review, practice and organize their work in order to help them achieve greater success at school. It can also
assist students in moving toward provincial standards in Mathematics and Language Arts. The list attached,
details the locations and hours of the programs we offer.
Student Accident Insurance
Get the Parenting Edge at Family Services Ottawa
Here is a quick listing of our courses/seminars:
Just for Dads…the nuts and bolts of parenting
You’re not the boss of me…positive discipline for 0-12 year olds
Parenting through Separation and Divorce
Parenting with Confidence (for parents who are involved with C.A.S.)
Discipline that Doesn’t Hurt…anyone
Parenting your Anxious Child
Effective Parenting through Positive Discipline SEMINAR
Parenting through HIGH CONFLICT separation and divorce
Teens… the great parenting challenge SEMINAR
Anger Management…especially for parents
FRIENDS for Life (anxiety prevention program for children between the ages of 7 to 9 and 10 to 12)
Creating a caring and safe environment for our students is our top priority. Unfortunately, despite all
reasonable precautions being taken, accidents can still happen. Some injuries may result in medical, dental or other expenses that are
not covered by provincial health care or employer group plans. As a parent/guardian, you become responsible for these expenses.
Student accident insurance is available for purchase, on a voluntary basis, through Reliable
Life Insurance Company. Forms can either be picked up from the school office
or downloaded at www.binks.ca
Bus Safety tips - Have you had the Talk - English
Bus Safety tips - Have you had the Talk - French