Meet Times:  Alternating Wednesdays - 11:35 am to 12:15 pm

The Eric Harvie Peace Ambassadors offers grade 4 students a leadership opportunity in our Eric Harvie school community and it supports our focus on Building Peaceful Communities Together.  We aim to develop peace making skills and challenge students to “make a difference.”  

Participation as a Peace Ambassador offers opportunities in the following areas:

·      Building an understanding of student leadership

·      Assisting in the development of a Peaceful Problem Solving Process and modeling it for others

·      Leading the Peaceful Problem Solving Process on the playground during lunch recess

·      Participating in the Right to Play initiative

·      Teaching games and activities during lunch recess

·      Assisting with special events and projects at Eric Harvie school

·      Participating in various school and community service projects 

·      Acting as an ambassador for visitors to our school

Peace Ambassadors

Meet Times:  Alternating Wednesdays - 11:35 am to 12:15 pm

The Eric Harvie Peace Ambassadors offers grade 4 students a leadership opportunity in our Eric Harvie school community and it supports our focus on Building Peaceful Communities Together.  We aim to develop peace making skills and challenge students to “make a difference.”  

Participation as a Peace Ambassador offers opportunities in the following areas:

·      Building an understanding of student leadership

·      Assisting in the development of a Peaceful Problem Solving Process and modeling it for others

·      Leading the Peaceful Problem Solving Process on the playground during lunch recess

·      Participating in the Right to Play initiative

·      Teaching games and activities during lunch recess

·      Assisting with special events and projects at Eric Harvie school

·      Participating in various school and community service projects 

·      Acting as an ambassador for visitors to our school

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