|LSSD Students Inducted into Hall of Fame|
Over 500 LSSD high school students were inducted into the Board of Education's Student Hall of Fame on June 11. Approximately 900 guests attended the Alice in Wonderland-themed event, which included a dinner and a formal awards presentation. The guest speaker this year, Meghan Scherger (Seidle), spoke about her work as a lawyer with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, encouraging students to become engaged citizens. Congratulations to all students who received awards! Check out the links to see the group photos taken by Mandy May Photography and read the coverage of the event published in the Battlefords' News-Optimist on June 20.
"LSSD students become Hall of Famers" (Battlefords' News-Optimist)
"Speaker encourages engaged citizenship" (Battlefords' News-Optimist)
|Taylor.Raiche||6/25/2015 2:43 PM|
|NBCHS Hosts Aboriginal Day Celebration|
On June 18th, the NBCHS lobby transformed in to a site of cultural celebration in honour of Aboriginal Day 2015. Bannock and soup prepared by students were enjoyed as drummers and dancers demonstrated traditional Aboriginal customs.
|Taylor.Raiche||6/25/2015 1:47 PM|
|'Stick'ing together at McKitrick School|
There is a beautiful Christmas tree on display at McKitrick school adorned with popsicle stick ornaments handmade by students. Their tree is called "McKitrick Families Stick Together"; a very important message for all, especially during the holiday season.
|Taylor.Raiche||12/19/2014 9:42 AM|
|McKitrick School Seeing Red!|
Students of McKitrick School received much-needed toques and mitts from the ladies of the Red Hat Society, The Classie Cardinals, again this year. The ladies also made a financial contribution to the Annual Christmas Dinner, which they plan to attend this season. Thank you, ladies!
|Taylor.Raiche||12/18/2014 2:22 PM|
|Kerrobert Composite Students and Staff Show Canadian Pride|
Students and staff of Kerrobert Composite School dressed in red and white to show their Canadian pride and demonstrate their support in our Canadian troops after the tragedies on Parliament Hill in Ottawa this fall.
|Taylor.Raiche||12/18/2014 2:13 PM|