Students Learn Survival Skills at Richmond Hill Pool

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Students Learn Survival Skills at Richmond Hill Pool

Swim to Survive+ Prepares Richmond Students for the Unexpected
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Wednesday, March 12, 2014 - 1:25pm

CAMPAIGN: TransCanada Community Investment

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Originally pubished in the Richmond Hill Liberal

Just before March break, Grade 7 students from Richmond Hill’s Walter Scott Public School got dressed in street clothing to go swimming at Centennial Pool.

The Lifesaving Society of Ontario organizes the Swim to Survive+ program in schools around Markham and Richmond Hill, specifically geared to elementary students, as many begin to engage in risky or potentially endangering activities in their youth.

Swim to Survive+, funded by TransCanada Corporation, teaches students coping skills for falling into deep water fully clothed and simulates real-life situations, in which students must assist other youths who may have fallen into the water.

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Click here to watch Rogers TV Daytime interview with Sindy Parsons, public education manager, Lifesaving Society Ontario and Chris Breen, director of Government Relations Canada at TransCanada.

Keywords: Social Impact & Volunteering | Community Engagement | Community Investment | Education | Energy | Health & Healthcare | Ontario | TransCanada | richmond | swimming | swim to survive

CAMPAIGN: TransCanada Community Investment

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