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MIND Your Health

MIND Your Health

Mental Wellness for MLSD

In partnership with YWCA of Spokane, we are offering a workshop focusing on Helping Your Tween Learn Healthy Dating Habits on Tuesday, May 19th from 6 pm - 8 pm.  


"In this virtual workshop participants will learn: 

  • Conversation starters and strategies to talk with your tween as they begin to form their first dating relationships. 
  • To recognize the warning signs of unhealthy relationships and how to guide your tween to healthy relationship habits. 

This workshop is geared towards adults caring for middle-school-age children, but caregivers of children of all ages welcome to attend. 

This workshop is free and registration is required.  (An email address must be provided when registering in order to receive Zoom login information.)

Please notes that participants will need a computer with a microphone or a smartphone for this program."


Register for Helping Your Tween Learn Healthy Dating Habits at:


Medical Lake School District Wellness Policy


Medical Lake School District #326 and its Board of Directors is committed to the optimal development of every student. The District believes that for students to have the opportunity to achieve personal, academic, developmental and social success, we need to create positive, safe and health-promoting learning environments at every level, in every setting throughout the school year.

Research shows good nutrition and physical activity are strongly correlated with positive outcomes.

The superintendent will designate (a) school official(s) to lead and coordinate the District’s compliance with the Wellness Policy and implement it within the current Curriculum Coordinating Council. 

The designee will: 

  • update or modify the wellness policy as appropriate;
  • involve, inform and update the public, students, parents and other stakeholders about content and implementation of the wellness policy;
  • assess the wellness policy, at least once every 3 years, to measure compliance; 
  • ensure there are specific goals for nutrition promotion and education;
  • ensure available foods and beverages follow Smart Snacks in Schools standards;
  • ensure other food and beverages (i.e. classroom parties, parent provided snacks) follow Smart Snacks in Schools standards; and
  • ensure marketing and advertising only of foods and beverages that meet Smart Snacks in Schools standards.