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Pius XII Staff Supporting Students Through Outdoor Art

October 21, 2015 - With a focus on the importance of having fun at school, the staff at Pius XII Catholic Elementary School decided to make the school yard more appealing to students. Staff put their artistic and creative skills to the test and painted the cement slabs, large rocks, and wooden ramps with dynamic colours and themes. While playing in the yard students can read positive messages promoting peace and cooperation. They can imagine themselves in a game of Minecraft or stand on a turtle's back and go for a ride! The staff and students at Pius XII are definitely having fun!

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