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Immaculate Students Learn About Ojibway

November 15, 2017 - Students in Mrs. Lotter's grade 2/3 class along with the her student teacher Tanya Turnbull shared the word November signifies Baashkaakodin Giizis - Freezing Moon in Ojibway. Students stand proud with their poppy along with their art projects.

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