CSBA Committee on Student Health and Wellness is committed to working in partnership with government, non-government, and community partners to advocate for active healthy lifestyles. Benefits to creating healthy learning environments include: greater overall achievement, well-rounded students, decreased discipline problems and improved attendance, improved lifelong health, reduced disparities. We are committed to demonstrating leadership and providing a national voice in responding to the health and wellness challenges of students across Canada.
After collaborating with several national partners, the CSBA is proud to adopt a Charter of Commitment to Student Health and Wellness. It provides a clear mission, terms of reference and a framework for our work. Find the full charter in the link below.