Video Games and Sleep

Do you ever wonder why your kids are tired and grumpy in the morning? Maybe they are spending too much time on a video game. More and more research is coming out about how detrimental screen time can be for your kids. Some interesting new research is coming out about how video games, especially violent video games can affect the way your child develops and thinks about social situations, compassion, and acceptance of others. Specifically, this article explains how video games can disrupt sleep and make your child grumpy, tired, and unable to cope with daily stressors life presents. I am not suggesting that kids entirely be banned from screen time, but you may want to place limitations and boundaries, including when and how much. A good indicator if your child has spent too much time on a screen is io you call him or her away and he or she comes happily and  willingly. If they refuse, get angry or upset - they've likely spent too much time on a screen.

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ATB Junior Banking Program

ATB has selected its "staff" from Dorothy Dalgliesh students who applied for positions in the ATB Junior Banking Program. Once the training sessions have been completed the bank will be open for business. Watch for more details!  Names and positions are as follows:

Ashlyn Reurink Greeter Tyler Hawkes  Greeter
Logan Fleischhauer Teller Madyson Thurlow Teller
Alex MacKenzie Teller Colm Kelly Marketing Committee
Tylen Provost Marketing Committee Gavin Johnson Marketing Committee
Logan Drake Treasurer Damien Isfeld Chief Compliance Officer
Cody Johnson Secretary Blake Tokai Back Cash
Julian van Diemen Community Officer Kenny Mackenzie Community Committee
Derek Genereaux Marketing Committee Landon Gerard-Wilson Greeter
Leila Batista Head Back  Cash Tallulah McKelvey Back Cash
Jaylyn Koch Senior Teller Kolten Bezooyen Co-Marketing Manager
Ayden Schwartzenberger Co-Community Officer  Anastasiia Kireieva Vic-Chair Person
Abigail Leusink CEO Emma Reurink Co-Marketing Officer


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