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Gallery Walk - MATERIALISM

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Grade 11 Social Studies students displayed their final projects in the library today.  The students were asked to answer the question, "What is the greatest opportunity or challenge of your generation?"  As part of their final assessment, the students will submit their projects to Experience Canada 150 and Me, where if chosen as a representitive, will be given an unprecedented voice to speak to their peers, and to Canadians, about the country they want for their generation.  The students have the opportunity to win an all expenses paid trip to 1 of 4 forums across Canada to discuss the issues that matter most to the youth of Canada.   If chosen, they also have the opportunity to travel to Ottawa for the 150 bithday celebrations in the capital city.