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ANNOUNCEMENTS Thursday, October 9, 2014 Here is your Mi’kmaq History month fact of the day. Snowshoes are a Mi`kmaq creation. The Mi’kmaq created different shapes and weaves for various snow conditions. They also made sleds to carry heavy loads over snow; they called the sled a toboggan. School Photos – Are scheduled for next week. …

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Exam Exemption Eligibility as of October 7

The first Exam Exemption eligibility list based on attendance as of October 7th is now posted on the bulletin board by the main office.  Students who think they should qualify for an exemption to date but are not on the list need to verify their attendance by checking PowerSchool. For exam exemption eligibility, please read …

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ANNOUNCEMENTS Wednesday, October 8, 2014 Here is your Mi’kmaq History month fact of the day. Traditional transportation for the Mi`kmaq was the wide bottomed canoe. Canoes were between 3-6 meters long, and made of birch bark over a light wooden frame. A small canoe could take a load of several hundred pounds but was light …

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School Photos

School photos will take place on the following dates: October 14th – Gr. 10 photos October 15th – Gr. 11 photos October 16th – Gr. 12 photos

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ANNOUNCEMENTS Tuesday, October 7, 2014 Here is your Mi’kmaq History month fact of the day. Mi`kmaq people traditionally lived in Wigwams. The basic structure is 5 spruce poles lashed together at the top with split spruce roots and spread out at the bottom. Birch bark sheets were laid over the poles like shingles. School Photos …

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