Her­itage Fair in Spa­niard’s Bay a suc­cess

The Compass - - TRINITY SOUTH -

On Thurs­day, March 10 stu­dents in grades 4, 5 and 6 at Holy Redeemer in Spa­niard’s Bay par­tic­i­pated in our an­nual Her­itage Fair. Stu­dents were given an in­for­ma­tion pack­age and asked to cre­ate an in­di­vid­ual pro­ject around the pro­vin­cial theme “All in a day’s work.” The fair was a huge suc­cess. The stu­dents pro­duced projects that far sur­passed their teach­ers’ ex­pec­ta­tions.

Each pro­ject, though on a uni­ver­sal theme, was very unique as it rep­re­sented each child’s in­di­vid­ual back­ground. Ev­ery stu­dent pro­vided a vis­ual and oral pre­sen­ta­tion for judg­ing. Teach­ers would like to thank all fam­ily mem­bers who sup­ported their chil­dren’s ef­forts and helped them to rise to the oc­ca­sion.

A very spe­cial thank-you go out to the ad­ju­di­ca­tors: Mr. Ed Neil, Ms. Mary Sullivan, Ms. Jen­nie Shep­pard, Ms. April Small, Ms. Ruby Rees, and Ms. Phyl­lis Jones, who are all mem­bers of the Spa­niard’s Bay/Til­ton Her­itage Com­mit­tee.

Thank-you to par­ent vol­un­teers Shel­ley Healey and Jodi Hutch­ings, who helped pre­pare a New­found­land lunch for the Her­itage Fair.

The fol­low­ing stu­dents were se­lected to rep­re­sent Holy Redeemer at the avalon re­gional Her­itage Fair to be held at Mac­Don­ald Drive Ju­nior High in St. John’s on May 1314: Grade 4 — Tyson Lun­dri­gan; Grade 5 — Mor­gan Shep­pard; Grade 6— Macken­zie Crane. — Sub­mit­ted by Mr. Ron­ald Fa­gan, a staff mem­ber at Holy Redeemer

in Spa­niard’s Bay

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