Grade 10

It is hard to believe that the end of the school year has arrived! 10 months have passed very quickly! The year’s end always brings with it a tremendous sense of accomplishment for our Grads.

In our Visual Arts 10 and Canadian History 11 the students created tributes to honour our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (see images); Students learned about a current issue that affects so many in First Nations Communities in Canada. We also studied Aboriginal Veterans and Innovations that contributed to the development of Canada.

I say Wela’lin to all the students for a wonderful and productive school year. 

Lets hope for a good end of the year and a great start to the next one.

Visual Arts 10

Students received a new smudge kit for use in the classroom this week.  Students had a demonstration of smudge and viewed Stephen Augustine’s video clip online about smudge.  Stephen Augustine explains the smudging ceremony at

The images are of students Still Life created whiled exploring some techniques artists use to archive effects.  The students applied charcoal pencil, hard and soft, and use the contents of the smudge kit as natural objects while drawing.

Canadian History 11

Students are just completing WWI; there was a keen interest in new technology used for the first time.  Some students are looking forward to studying WWII soon, and have already requested we as a class view The Boy in the Striped Pajamamovie.  Hopefully, we will be able to find the time.

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  • CHRONIC ABSENCE - 18 or more days
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