Meet Liam Hickey: Our NL Paralympic Medalist for Team Canada

Liam Hickey is one of the rare athletes to compete at both a summer and winter Paralympic Games. He made his Winter Games debut in 2018 helping Canada to the silver in Para ice hockey. Hickey played for Canada in wheelchair basketball at the Toronto 2015 Parapan American Games and the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. He helped Canada to the silver medal in Toronto.

Liam Hickey

COVID-19 Message for Families

Liam Hickey

Staying Active During COVID-19

Liam Hickey

Team Canada: Para Sledge Ice Hockey Team

Liam Hickey

Team Canada: Para Wheelchair Basketball Team

RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES

One of the most important things we can do during these challenging times is to focus on our health and well-being. Here is a collection of resources for families to help support our NLESD student community.

A Student from Memorial Academy (Central Region) using his voice to positively impact his peers/other students during COVID - 19.

For more NLESD Student Voice Videos from across our province:

"Having a sense of purpose, hope, belonging and meaning that is achieved when our cognitive, emotional, social, and physical needs are being met" (Dr. Jean Clinton, 2020)

Please view the matrices containing on-line resources that will guide our students journey to continued learning.

"Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom" (Aristotle)

Please view the matrices containing on-line resources that will guide a caregivers journey to continued learning.

Resources for Grade 7-9 Classrooms (Oct 2020)

"Our Active Living Coordinator, Corey Samson, our provincial Health Liaisons, and our SIS itinerants have partnered to bring to teachers a resource filled with rich activities that are geared to grade 7 to 9 classrooms, but could certainly be used in any classroom.

These activities are designed to bring movement and healthy practices to classrooms that may find students in one classroom space for extended periods of time. We were thinking particularly of many of our grade 7 - 9 students who find themselves in a cohort and assigned to one room. Students do not have the benefit of movement as they would have when switching rooms between each class and so we thought that teachers could use some support in finding engaging ways to encourage movement and activity.


Active Schools for Intermediate Students.pdf