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Welcome barbeque sees new Bears super excited for fresh starts and new beginnings

In photo: On the left, former student Alex Cimino, Quan Tran. On the right, in front new grade six student Kaela Riccio and Student Council President Adriana Cimino. On the right in back, Principal Laura Kuzenko.

August 29, 2018 - Almost two hundred new students will enter the halls of St. Benedict next Wednesday.
These new grades 7 and 9 students will either be entering the school for the first time, or moving over to the secondary wing to become a “minor niner”.

Today’s barbeque is an opportunity for those students to get acquainted with the staff and other prospective students in an informal setting.

Principal Laura Kuzenko says “the day allows for a more informal setting so students and their families can see what their home away from home will be like.”
The barbeque also eases students into the transition into next week.
In addition, there are ten international students joining the St. Benedict family this year hailing from Vietnam, China, Japan and even Spain.



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