Editorial

In this issue: Leadership and Progress

(Free) A 'mental health superhero' connects with students, Ottawa-area schools collaborate for healthy school communities, new resources for dance educators, and more
From the President

Movement is Essential: From the President & CEO

(Free) Movement is essential not only for the development of healthy active children and communities, but also for PHE Canada as an organization
Feature

Community Leader Spotlight: Alicia Raimundo

(Premium) Mental health superhero Alicia Raimundo is on a mission to create a better, healthier world
Teacher to Teacher

Teacher to Teacher: Encourging Girls to Stay in Phsyical Education

(Premium) One teacher suggests strategies to keep girls engaged and participating in physical health and education classes
Healthy School Communities

At My Best 2016: Saskatchewan and Manitoba

(Premium) PHE Canada's At My Best program for 2016 culminated with signature play days for three lucky schools
Peer Reviewed

Peer Review: Developing a relatedness-supportive learning environment in dance: Small group learning activities

(Premium) How dance instruction in physical education can help encourage healthy relationships
Peer Reviewed

Peer Review: Evaluation of Readiness for Wrestling Program

(Premium) Wrestling and boxing programs in the rural community of Conne River, Newfoundland
Healthy School Communities

Healthy School Teams Unite for Success in OCDSB

(Premium) Teams from schools across the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board collaborate to develop healthier school communities
Physical Education and Physical Literacy

Quality Daily Physical Education Award Program Winners

(Premium) A province-by-province listing of QDPE award-winning schools and their earned stars