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Health and Wellness Resources


Some of the health and safety / mental health wellness resources available for families and students include:


​Health and Safety Resources


COVID-19 Che​cklist and Screening Passport 

The TCDSB has a COVID-19 Che​cklist and Screening Passport to help parents/guardians screen your child for COVID-19 symptoms before school each day.


Download the COVID-19 Checklist and Screening Passport​. For translations of the Checklist and Screening Passport, visit Toronto Public Health’s COVID-19: School Information for Parents & Caregivers webpage and select the “School Screening Tools” tab.

COVID-19 Vaccines

​Toronto Public Health has a fact sheet​ on COVID-19 vaccines, including how these vaccines work, vaccination process, vaccine benefits, side effects and risks.


COVID-19 Decision Guide 

Toronto Public Health has an easy-to-follow decision guide on what to do related to COVID-19.


Hand Washing Techniques and Coughing / Sneezing Hygiene 

Public Health Agency of Canada has COVID-19 resources for parents and children, including hand washing techniques and coughing and sneezing hygiene.​​​​​​​​​​


COVID Alert App 

The Government of Canada has a COVID Alert app​ that can let people know of possible exposures before any symptoms appear.​​​​​​​​​​


Toronto Public Health School Nurse Directory 

Toronto Public Health has established a team of school nurses​ to provide COVID-19 and mental health and well-being support to schools as they reopen. The list is also available on the Toronto Public Health website​.


Mental H​ealth Wellness Resources


TCDSB Mental Health Resources 

The TCDSB remains committed to a mentally-healthy return to school, either in person or through online learning for all students. Some of the resources available for parents / guardians and students include:



Mental Health Tips 

School Mental Health Ontario put together tips and resources to help support student mental health during COVID-19​.​​