Heritage Fair in Spaniard’s Bay a success
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
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