Wellness Wednesdays


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Bay Village Schools has rolled out a weekly feature called Wellness Wednesday, where we'll be talking about everything from sleep and nutrition, to ways to stay active as a family. We're partnering with our wellness teams from MetroHealth and others to help parents parent the “whole child." We'll share educational videos, tips, recipes and more to focus on a strength-based approach to social, emotional, mental, physical and intellectual health.
Look for our weekly Wellness Wednesday features on our social media platforms, and return here often for posts you may have missed.
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• 11-11-20 Wellness Wednesday Post Student Sleep Video with Drs. Ramirez & Carter from MetroHealth
• 11-18-20 Wellness Wednesday Post Anxiety and Adjusting to Change Virtual Town Hall Webinar
• 11-25-20 Wellness Wednesday Post
Pre-K and early childhood tips video with Drs. Ramirez & Pajek of
MetroHealth
• 12-2-20 Wellness Wednesday Post Tips and safety for outdoor exercise and activities during the winter months
• 12-9-20 Wellness Wednesday Post Normandy's Mrs. Rinehart shares a healthy, holiday food gift recipe
• 12-16-20 Wellness Wednesday Post Student Nutrition Video with Dr. Ramirez and Ms. Iammarino from MetroHealth
• 12-23-20 Wellness Wednesday Post

Normandy School Counselor Mrs. Basel shares why puzzles are good for the brain.
• 1-6-21 Wellness Wednesday Post Normandy School Secretary Mrs. Bish shares The Wellness Wall tip.
• 1-13-21 Wellness Wednesday Post Excesses in Social Media Virtual Town Hall Webinar

• 1-20-21 Wellness Wednesday Post Westerly School Teacher Mrs. Navratil leads her students in a yoga "brain break."
1-27-21 Wellness Wednesday Post
Exercise tips video for children from MetroHealth's Dr. Lisa Ramirez & Fitness Instructor Mike Hemmer to help decrease stress and boost immunity.
 
• 2-3-21 Wellness Wednesday Post

The annual Bay Village Snoball Run is this month. More info/to register.
• 2-10-21 Wellness Wednesday Post

Layers are essential when braving the cold weather, but don't forget a hat! Cleveland Clinic Sports Medicine shares why hats should be mandatory.

• 2-17-21 Wellness Wednesday Post
Start a bedtime routine by stopping screen time an hour before bed, and instead, read, bathe, journal or relax in a way that's comfortable for you. Before long, your body will recognize the pattern leading up to sleep mode.
• 2-24-21 Wellness Wednesday Post
Start a gratitude jar. Write down what you're thankful for and why, and store in a decorated mason jar. Read your acknowledgements and praises aloud to lift your spirits. Share with a friend or family member.
• 3-3-21 Wellness Wednesday Post

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. A concussion is a form of brain injury. Spring sports are underway, so stay safe and injury-free on the fields/courts. When it comes to concussions and your young athlete, remember: “When in Doubt, Sit them Out.”
3-10-21 Wellness Wednesday Post
District physical therapist Ms. Morgan created a sensory walk for our Glenview children. A sensory walk is a chance for a child to have a sensory break during the day through movement.

3-17-21 Wellness Wednesday Post
After-school snacks are important to keep Rockets fueled in between school, activities, music lessons and sports. How about a quick, 4-ingredient fruit smoothie to keep the grumbellies away...a small container of yogurt, 1 C milk, 1 C fresh or frozen fruit and 1/2 C ice. Blend and enjoy!

3-24-21 Wellness Wednesday Post
Healthy foods like avocados and almonds need pollinators like bees and butterflies to grow. On this Wellness Wednesday, learn seven things to help pollinators.
3-31-21 Wellness Wednesday Post
Promote positivity by sharing joyful messages with others!
Students in Mrs. Sanson's class decorated hearts with joyful messages to be shared with community members at Bradley Bay Nursing Home, the Knickerbocker and The Village Project.
4-21-21 Wellness Wednesday Post
On this Wellness Wednesday, we're sharing 3 ways to anonymously receive mental health help. Of course our District Care Coordinator, Psychologists and Building Counselors are also here to help!
5-5-21 Wellness Wednesday Post
We're talking about Mental Health Awareness Month. Did you know that 1 in 4 people will suffer from some form of mental illness this year? Our district Care Coordinator, Counselors and Psychologists are here to help, 216-399-3558!
#youarenotalone The National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255).



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