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St. Bernadette and the Chocolate Factory

Pictured are Katrina Pellatt (left) whose candy invention of 'Candy Shirts' won over Willy Wonka (teacher Jenny Aubin - right).

May 31, 2013 - Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory will be developing new candy created by the Grade Four French Immersion students at St. Bernadette Catholic Elementary School. After studying the book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, by Roald Dahl, the students created advertisements to sell their "new and creative" candy inventions to Willy Wonka himself. Jenny Aubin, the grade 4 teacher, took on the role of WIlly Wonka for the day and she had the difficult task of selecting the successful candy invention. The lucky winner, Katrina Pellat, earned a "year's supply" of Wonka candy! "The students were very creative and amazed the entire school and staff with their engaging candy advertisements." Aubin stated. The Principal, Diana Salvador, was impressed by the ingenuity of the candy designs created by the students, she stated, " I would buy their candy!" .



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