On Tuesday, February 26th, Former NHL hockey player Theo Fleury came to our school to speak about his life experience and message of hope in his workshop "Reflections on Healing and Trauma, a One-Day Conversation". Mr. Fleury addressed the students in grades 7 to 12 about his personal trauma, past life of alcoholism and drug addictions. Members from the RCMP, elders, children services and other support people were on hand to offer support to those who were affected by the blunt conversation.

Students in grade two completed their "Clan" animals using their last names of either their parents or grandparents.

On April 12th, staff and students wore jerseys to honour the Humboldt's hockey team/staff.

The Grade One class was inspired by the story of Residential School Survivor, Magit Sylliboy and her rag doll.

Congratulations to Kirah Julian (3rd), Chano Paul (1st), Kaleah Sack (2nd) and Eugene Obomsawin (1st) on finishing in the top three during the MK Chapel Island Science Fair.  Well done all!!!! 

On Friday, May 12th, Ms. Rebecca Paul and Cst. John Kennedy presented LSK with a total of five banners for our participation in the Adopt-a-Library Reading Challenge.  They included:  Bronze for 1st Nations Middle School Division, 1st Nations Past Champions, Gold - Fiddler's Division Elementary, HS Hants County Champions and Gold 1st Nations HS Division.  Congratulations to everyone!!

Judges were veterans Mr. Alan Knockwood and Mr. Joe Francis, along with Constable Darren Sylvester.  Thank you for your assistance and special thanks to Ms. Carol Howe for organizng the judges.

On Tuesday, October 5th, Mrs. Sharon Culbertson, Librarian, received an award for all her hard work in the "Adopt-a-Library WOW Reading Challenge" program.  The Walmart sponsered awards ceremony took place in the New Glasgow Library Progam Room.  Congratulations Miss Sharon!!

Kierra was part of Team Nova Scotia during the CWSF (Canada Wide Science Fair) held at UNB.  She was accompanied on this journey by Ms. Erika Hilchey.  Congratulations!!

Congratulations to Shaelyn, Lillian and Kateri.  Mrs. Doucet accepts Kateri's award on her behalf. 


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