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Iroquois - Mr Benton, a Seaway DHS teacher who was struck by lightning earlier today during an outdoor Physical Education activity has been released from hospital and is now resting at home. Seaway DHS Principal Terry Gardiner shared in a Facebook update. "He really appreciates all of the support from his Seaway Family"
Grade 8 student, Haragwan Knight helps Junior Kindergarten student, Caden Gillon, decorate his pencil to draw attention to Timothy Christian School’s 50th anniversary celebrations the weekend of June 28 to 30, 2013. Submitted Photo
Williamsburg – Students at Timothy Christian School (TCS) transformed 50 ordinary tree stakes into pencils to help celebrate their school’s 50th anniversary. The theme for the 50th school year is Lives Transformed from 2 Corinthians 3:18. To raise awareness for this milestone anniversary, students transformed plain tree stakes into beautiful artistic pencils—an instrument used in learning. The pencils, like 50 pink Flamingos when someone turns 50 years old, are to draw attention to the school and get people talking about TCS.
The Grade 5 Intensive French students from St. Mary-St. Cecilia Catholic School in Morrisburg, celebrated Earth Hour on March 22nd, 2013 by shutting off all of the lights in their classroom for most of the day! The students watched the World Wildlife Fund 2013 Earth Hour video before starting their Earth Hour to get a good understanding of what this celebration is all about. Inspired by the video, the class decided to make their own "I will..." statements to show what they will do to help the Earth and conserve energy. They attached their promises around a mirror in the classroom so that they could be reminded of their "I will..." statement every time they looked at their reflection. The class also celebrated Earth Hour by listening to a read aloud and placing a battery operated tea light candle in the corner of each of their desks to symbolize the Earth needing help from its inhabitants to remain green, and clean!