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Students' Letters to Santa Are On the Way!

St. John Catholic Elementary School students enjoying the sun on their way to deliver their letters to Santa.

December 4, 2009 - On December 4, 2009, Mme Raymond's Grade 3/4 French Immersion class and Mr. Martin's Grade 2 class from St. John Catholic Elementary School set out on the sunny winter day to visit the local post office. The students went on this field trip in order to deliver their letters to Santa. At the post office, the children had the opportunity to ask questions of the postmaster and have a tour. The students and staff had a great time and now their letters are one step closer to the North Pole!



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