No more staying out of phys ed class June 21, 2017Mamta Lulla Let me introduce you to a young fictional character I made up in my head. He goes by Little Timmy.Little Timmy is an elementary school student who enjoys learning and looks forward to going to school every day after he kisses his [...]
About pmdmsThis author has not yet filled in any details.
So far pmdms has created 31 blog entries.
Helping Children Learn Healthy Ways to Manage Stress and Anxiety June 20, 2017 Marcia Love Stress and anxiety isn’t just an issue adults deal with. It’s something children and youth can encounter as well. But Family and Community Support Services’ (FCSS) Youth Services is aiming to teach youth how to manage [...]
Incorporating Physical Activity Into Your Daily Routine June 8, 2017 Marcia Love A person we’d like you to meet… Dr. Allan Bailey When it comes to physical activity, Dr. Bailey is doing his best to “walk the talk.” Bailey is a family doctor at the Westgrove Clinic in Spruce Grove. When his [...]
A lesson in mental health from a student perspective June 7, 2017 Marcia Love People we’d like you to meet… Logen Audet, Preston Beier, Brooklyn Hemeyer, Declan Lefebvre, Marcus Ohle, Aiden Presley, and Sydney Ward. This group of Grade 9 students dedicated months of their time to learning more about mental health [...]
An Event we’d like you to know about… June 5, 2017 The Parkland School Division TryMe Tryathlon is all about PLAY–physical literacy and you. When I was young, like many of you, I walked to school, played outside after school and remember having access to fields, creeks, swamps and even my neighbour’s [...]
Another Place You Might Wanna Go… June 2, 2017 Hey! Did you know that ice cream is the perfect post-triathlon training recovery food? This BRAND NEW, cozy little spot is tucked in next to the bike and run leg of the Great White North triathlon in Stony Plain, AB. And [...]
Finding Support For Parents of Children in Crisis June 2, 2017 A place you might go… BILY (Because I Love You) Marcia Love A child trapped in a crisis situation can leave parents struggling to find the solution and support they need. Parents in the tri-area can now find someone to talk to [...]
Get by with a little help from a text May 14, 2017 Innovative mental health program sends mood-elevating messages to boost conventional treatment. Lesley Young “There are only two days in the week we should not worry about: yesterday and tomorrow. That leaves today. Live for today.” More than 6,000 [...]
Naturalization on Parkland County Public Lands May 2, 2017 Many recreational parks in Parkland County are near lakes and rivers and provide a wide range of recreational opportunities for residents, allowing them to enjoy the diversity of the County’s natural space. Parkland County is working to improve the natural features [...]
Town of Stony Plain Begins Downtown Redevelopment April 28, 2017 The Town of Stony Plain begins Phase 1 of its Downtown Redevelopment project this summer. The four-year project will enhance the downtown core as a destination for residents, businesses, and visitors by: Replacing aging infrastructure Enhancing the pedestrian environment Establishing [...]