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Dear North Haven Families,Students and teachers have been busy getting back into old, and learning new routines over the last month. Public health recommendations are being followed and are starting to seem less intrusive. Learning activities include analyzing ecological interactions, learning efficient strategies for math, and writing about opinions based on research. These foundational skills and concepts are framed using the guiding question: What kind of world do you want? In the coming days, we will be holding our Terry Fox Run and we will also be acknowledging Orange Shirt Day. Each day represents the actions of individual Canadians who asked themselves the question “What kind of world do I want?". On Wednesday September 30th, students and staff are encouraged to wear an orange shirt to school to demonstrate awareness of the individual, family, and community inter-generational impacts of Residential schools. September 2020 also marks the 40th anniversary of Terry Fox's Marathon of Hope. To celebrate this milestone, classes will be running around our school field on September 30th. Their actions, both big and small, changed the way many Canadians engage in their communities. If families would like to continue the conversation about Orange Shirt Day or donate to the Terry Fox Foundation, please visit the following linked websites. We will not be collecting donations for Terry Fox at the school this year but you may donate here if you wish: https://terryfox.org/To learn more about Orange Shirt Day and Phyllis Webstad please visit this website: https://www.orangeshirtday.org/about-us.htmlLearning through current events and the actions of remarkable Canadians teaches students how to form critical opinions and take actions to make their world a better place.
Did you know that October is International Walk to School Month? (yes, even in the snow)
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