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PINK Shirt Day at St. David School

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St. David School Grade 3/4 students, Lindsay SanSoucy, Fayth McKinnon, Tate Armstrong, Sammi Sprague, Keisha Kimewon-Toulouse, Dakota McNichol and Grade 3/4 Teacher Ginny Long

February 24, 2017 - During the month of February, St. David School students and staff celebrate the value of compassion. Students learn that compassion is the ability not only to empathize with another person but also to act on their behalf. On PINK Shirt Day, students and staff wore pink shirts to demonstrate their commitment to building friendship skills, acting with kindness and acknowledging their commitment to the acceptance of all peoples.

With the support of teachers, support staff, families and community partners, St. David students continue to learn the importance of dedicating themselves to creating a respectful and caring St. David School community.

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