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We had the honour of welcoming Teddy Anderson, a Cree Ojibway hoop dancer. We learned about the importance of respect and how connected we are to one another. We learned about the medicine wheel and that the cure for war and hate is respect. You can find his book and other books about the medicine wheel in our library learning commons.
Students drew their owls after reading the book Hoot Owl Master of Disguise by Sean Taylor.
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We have been focusing on the virtue of empathy. After reading, If You Plant a Seed by Khadir Nelson, we were inspired to plant this tree of kindness. On each heart, we wrote how we can be kind to one another.
Our school’s library learning commons grant application was accepted. We received a $1900 grant from the Education Business Community Partnerships Advisory Committee! New technological goodies soon to become a part of our learning commons.
We were honoured to have Christy Jordan-Fenton and Margaret Pokiak-Fenton present to our school today.
Margaret is a residential school survivor. Her story is moving. Please, have a discussion with your child regarding this presentation.