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St. Anne Students Snowshoe Their Way Into The March Break
Snowshoeing in the snow before their March Break, St. Anne Gr.1&2 students Victoria Dawson (left) and Hilary Foucault took advantage of the beautiful winter weather when their teacher moved their gym class outside.

March 26, 2012 - In like a lion, out like a lamb is the old saying to predict the unsettled weather that March can bring. With huge amounts of snow at the beginning of March, the students within teacher Lois Lambert's Grade 1-2 classroom at St. Anne School wondered if there would be any snow left once they returned from their March Break. Deciding to take no chances, these students within the Sudbury Catholic System strapped on their snowshoes for their gym class. The children were able to walk the perimeter of the school yard which was quite a distance for these six and seven year olds. Some students fell and some students were wet, but in the end, a good time was had by all. Their classroom teacher, Mrs. Lois Lambert, stated, "I want the children to have a safe March Break and maybe inspire them to find other enjoyable activities to participate in while the weather is nice." Spring may be just around the corner, but these children proved that winter fun can be very exciting!

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