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Year-end Celebration

The year-end celebration for HOM and CEA (Grades 1-6) was June 1 at the Broadmoor Park Picnic Shelter. The celebration had a Canada 150 theme with guests wearing red/white and a lesson about Samuel de Champlain landing in Nova Scotia and the significance it has to Canadian culture and life.
Students made items for the Home Education time capsule that Elk Island Public Schools will open on the occasion of Canada's 200th birthday in 2067.

A big "Thank You" goes out to Herb Hess and his students at Salisbury Composite High School for preparing our Canadian food, Strathcona County for providing the shelter, EIPS for the time capsule, and to all the students that have made this year, Canada's 150, something to celebrate!


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