Three of these type of tables have arrived to be mounted on concrete pads in the front forest's outdoor leaning area. Thanks Fairy Godmother!
Mrs. Kuschel's class returned our coho salmon fry to the stream helped by biologist Deb Cowper. Nice work people!
Dist. 72 Maintenance is busy installing our Hemlock logs donated by Western Forest Products. Thanks to WFP in Sayward and Bruce, Dave, Jim and Doug for helping get, deliver and install the logs.
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On Earth Day, Mrs. Kuschel's class found a quiet place to sit in a beautiful forest setting.
They are actually slack liners. Cedar has 2 such sets thanks to the FG.
Two slack line kits and agiant Jenga game have been bought for use by classes while outside in the forest. Thanks Fairy Godmother!
Its up and at just the right height for our smaller people. Thanks FG and district maintenance.
After over two year of consultation and collaboration this is the Cedar Vision document. Thanks to everyone who help with its creation and especially Mr. Qwaya Sam for his indigenous designs and Mr. Jacob Cassidy who transformed a collection of words and images to a cohesive whole.
Our grade 5's enjoyed a couple Beauty Days at Mt Washington thanks to a grant form the Canadian Olympic Assoc. Thanks Heather Clarke for helping us get the grant.
Two students walk their friend Sadie at lunch.
District Maintenance has finished installing the picnic tables in our forest as part of the outside learning space. Thanks maintenance crew and our Fairy Godmother.
The Godmother has struck again. With help from the manitence crew our new sandbox is in. Thanks everyone.
Cedar's community donated $1000 to this funraiser in support of one of our own. Thanks to Mrs. Deagle and Chef Mann from CARIHI who baked the cookies and everyone who donated or bought cookies.
Classes have been planted seeds and starts in the garden. Some perrenials are out and proud. Thanks to the staff and parents who have been working out there.
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