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Photos from last week’s presentation by O.W.L., the Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society:
NB: This is uploaded as an unlisted YouTube video. We can click to it from this blog, but it’s not searchable on the YouTube site.
Here’s a peek at some of our Halloween art. Be sure to ask your child how the project name was chosen.
Last week, division 9 students participated in the Stream of Dreams Watershed Education and Community Art Program.
Stream of Dreams is an eco-education program designed to introduce the school to our local watershed and the streams that flow or once flowed through it. The program’s goal is to help our community learn how to conserve and protect water resources and to inspire behavioural change for environmental protection.
Some of the painted salmon are already swimming along the school fence, along 7th Avenue.