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The Radisson Park Owl School Mascot

The process of choosing our school mascot began in the late autumn of 2006 when students were asked to generate an idea and submit their artistic representation for our school mascot. From the many entries, three renditions were selected by staff to be displayed on a tri-fold that was distributed to each teacher to discuss with their class. In addition to their artwork, the three students were asked to write their thoughts of how their mascot aligned with our school motto – Resilient, Respectful, Remarkable.

Every student in the school had an opportunity to place their vote. When the votes were tallied, the submission from one of our Grade 2 students, Almier M. was selected – “The Owl is respectful because he is nice to other animals and people at Radisson Park School. He is resilient because he is healthy and he takes care of the world.” 

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