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Community Clean Up at St. David Catholic Elementary School

Pictured is Raina Aubertin and Jamayla Czaja - students in the grade 2/3 class taking part in the community clean up.

May 7, 2012 - On Friday, May 4, St. David Catholic Elementary students from grades 2-8 participated in the Donovan Elm West Community Clean Up while JK-1 students did their part by cleaning up litter in the school yard. Students did a wonderful job of demonstrating that they really can change the world with their own two hands. This was one of many activities that students participated in as part of the SCDSB Dearness Conservation initiative.



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