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Socially Responsible Citizenship K-12

Welcome to Socially Responsible Citizenship!

Sunrise School Division is dedicated to the pursuit of an education that enables every learner "to be knowledgable, respectful, responsible, caring and productive, contributing citizens". In an effort to support our growing understanding and tool kit to support student citizenship, documents and resources will be continually updated here. We'll share some of our successes here too. Feel free to browse and send requests for more information. Peace!

Centennial School Continues Learning About Residential Schools

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The dew cloth of the tipi tells the story through a family of wolves. Mary and Troy from Turtle Lodge share the Seven Sacred Teachings. The tipi as a classroom.

Contact Andrea Maxwell at 204-345-2462 for more information.

Ecole Beausejour Early Years School invites Metis Soapstone Carver Michael Many Eagles to their School

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Michael drilling a hole in a carving.                Two students creating artwork.                 A finished arrowhead.

Contact Gaylen Chodak, School Counsellor at EBEYS, for further information at 204-268-2664.

 

Alternative Ed. Students Give New Meaning to "Welcome" 

Students at Mrs. Lucci's in Lac du Bonnet are creating a welcoming environment not only for local residents but new residents to Canada. In conjunction with Notre Dame Du Lac Catholic Church, students are creating Welcome signs for residents to purchase for their homes for $20.00. Made with salvaged boards, love and creativity, students will donate all proceeds to support newly arriving Syrian refugees to Winnipeg. Their social justice efforts are doubling the welcome this holiday season. Contact Karen Kost at 204-345-9909 for more information.

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 Joel Westheimer talks about citizenship.

 

 

Links to Resources

David Alexander Robertson shares ideas on how to talk to children about residential schools.

National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation

 

 

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