TORONTO'S OPEN-AIR SCHOOL
A v..ry lively interest it: the health i \ cliiidn.ii is an outotandinp sAatta» ,ii I it T <r. lor hj; v , -a hat is known as tiio Fccesl '’ u iiich takes ;ts *a-.i that tU- teaching of t.-w diii.' > n is a:, luoiad under ine tr-eoa in tho ]>arks of tie city. The plan of op ration io \-<r,y Jioys an<l girls win, are run down i.etiil:, and who will bo benefited by iji-tort..-i open-air treatment, arc ta *»n T.-vh day from their homes by private car Vi i t-- park, whetxj their day is dividoa into rest, and recreation periods. This ivstv-iu means that for almost sis month* of t it-.; y -jir they are under the sipne course r.f neat merit, and are obliged to follow a d-. fn.it* line of action for that period of t!,iirn>) All their work is taken out of doors ; plain and wholesome meals are provided for them and a regular rest insisted upon. The health of tlie child in vastly improved, and the all-round effect is meet satisfactory.
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TORONTO'S OPEN-AIR SCHOOL, Evening Star, Issue 15651, 16 November 1914