Wellness

WELLNESS- The condition of good physical and mental health, esp. when maintained by proper diet and exercise (Websters Dictionary). Health and academic success are strongly linked.

Pertussis Fact Sheets

pertussis_schoolnurse_factsheet.pdf

Cover Your Cough poster

cover your cough.pdf

MRSA Facts for Schools

ct_dph_mrsa_facts.pdf

Cover Your Cough brochure

cyc brocher.pdf

What are Head Lice brochure

What are head lice.pdf

Hand-washing brochure

handwashing2.pdf

School Flu Immunization Requirement

DPH - QA Flu vaccine requirement for schools .pdf

Green Cleaning brochure

green cleaning info for staff parents final.pdf

Guide for Parents flu information

Guide_for_Parents_pan_flu_brochure (2).pdf

Husky Health information - Addendum B

AddendumBHusky (1)2017 (1).pdf

Obesity in Children Fact Sheet

Obesity in children fact sheet.pdf

My Pyramid Poster

MyPyramidMiniPoster.pdf

NDDH AIRS Asthma Program Fact Sheet

NDDH_AIRS_SCHOOL_FLYER_Homework_111816 (1).pdf

Red Cross - Help Children Cope with Trauma

Red_Cross_children_and_trauma.pdf

Talking to children about Violence

Talking_to_Children_About_Violence_-_NASP.pdf

Talking to Children about Disaster or Traumatic Event

Tips talking to children re traumatic events.pdf

Taliking to Children about Tragedy

helpingchildrencopewithtragedy.pdf

Brooklyn Middle School Proudly Represents Connecticut with it's:

Healthy Food Certification

Section 10-215f of the Connecticut General Statutes requires that each board of education or governing authority for all public schools participating in the National School Lunch Program (including the Connecticut Technical High School System, charter schools, interdistrict magnet schools and endowed academies) must certify annually to the Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) whether the district will follow the Connecticut Nutrition Standards for all foods sold to students separately from reimbursable school meals.

The Connecticut Nutrition Standards apply to all sources of food sales on school premises at all times including, but not limited to, school stores, vending machines, school cafeterias and any fundraising activities on school premises. Districts that opt to implement healthy food certification (HFC) receive an additional 10 cents per lunch, based on the total number of reimbursable lunches (paid, free and reduced) served in the district in the prior school year.