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St. David School celebrates National Aboriginal Day with a fun filled outdoor playday

Picture: Grade 6 student, Mathiew Michauville, learns about First Nation Woodlands art and together with his teammates recreates a turtle painting with chalk.

June 22, 2016 - St. David Catholic School celebrated National Aboriginal Day with a school wide Indigenous themed payday. The students learned about First Nation identity and culture while having fun outdoors. All students received a complimentary pizza lunch by local company, "Over the Atlantic" owned by former St. David School student, Joseph Mansourian. "Caring for each other, teamwork, and overcoming obstacles were the theme for the day. The students enjoyed the outdoor experience and opportunity to be leaders", stated Lindsay Michel, FDK teacher and National Aboriginal Fun Day planner.



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