All Staff Information
K-12 Staff Wellbeing Network links!
Staff are encouraged to document and share their wellbeing stories and experience
is a website hosted through the University of Manitoba focusing on
well-being/well-becoming during the pandemic
SD53 Login to access your leave history, enter a leave request, review your dispatches, enter your expense claim form online click on SD53 Login located at the top bar menu (far right) of any page on our SD53 website!
Unsure of your username or password?
Email [email protected]
Trauma-informed practice is a compassionate lens of understanding that is helpful to all children, youth and adults, especially those who have experienced traumatic events and early hardships. The main components of this lens are rooted in the understanding that all behaviour and actions happen for a reason and it is up to each of us, in our helping capacity, to acknowledge current coping strategies and to assist children, youth and adults through supportive relationships and creative opportunities. Trauma-informed practice involves the long-term work of transforming schools into compassionate learning communities.
Trauma-informed is not about doing more in the classroom and community but rather, about doing things differently. For more information: