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FROSCH WEEK (end of week Bar-B Que)

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A big thank you to Mr. Dan Striker and Constable M. Clarabut for barbquing hamburgers for our Mount Elizabeth students and staff!!!

ORANGE SHIRT DAY AT MEMSS

This day is designed to acknowledge the 150, 000 school aged First Nations, Inuit and Metis children who were forcibly removed from their families and land in order to attend residential schools from 1830 – 1990.  People all over Canada are participating in this event by wearing an Orange Shirt on Sept. 30 in spirit of healing and conciliation.

Here are some photos of Mount Elizabeth Staff in their orange shirts

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ORANGE SHIRT DAY – SEPTEMBER 30TH

September 30th each year is Orange Shirt Day. This day is designed to acknowledge the 150 000 school aged First Nations, Inuit and Metis children who were forcibly removed from their families and land in order to attend residential schools from 1830 to 1990.  People all over Canada are participating in this event by wearing an Orange Shirt on September 30th in spirit of healing and reconciliation.  For more information please go to http://orangeshirtday.weebly.com/  and https://www.facebook.com/orangeshirtdayeverychildmatters

New First Nations Support Workers

Mount Elizabeth Middle Secondary School would like to welcome our two new First Nations Support workers. Rachel Joseph , who will be replacing Gail Amos while she is on a temporary leave of absence and Nina Shaw  who will be replacing Sheila Duncan who has taken a position at Kitimat City High. Welcome Rachel and Nina!