On Friday, Sept. 29th our school focus was on the Calls to Action for Truth and Reconciliation. We remember the children. Our day started with a staff smudge, followed by a school-wide reading by our grade 8 students of The Orange Shirt Story by author Phillis Webstad. Our Land-based students from grade 6 presented to all classes a puppet play about residential schools. Our classes worked on a whole-school art project for a star blanket. Students were encouraged to complete a section of the star blanket that represented them.
Our school is once again raising money for cancer research through the Terry Fox Foundation. Students, staff and families are encouraged to donate in the fight against cancer by donating to our school's fundraiser.
Donations can be made through the Terry Fox Foundation for École Centennial School at this site:
Students can also donate to their classroom teacher to be included in our 'Cancer Sucks' campaign. Suckers will be given to all students that donate.
Please join us to meet your teacher and drop-off your backpack on Thursday, August 31st from 4-6 pm. Class lists will be posted on Edsby early next week. All École Centennial School families are welcome from Kindergarten, Jr. & Sr. FIAP and grades 1-8. Our SCC members will be present to welcome everyone.
See you soon Centennial Cougars!
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