Our grade 8 students led our annual Remembrance Day assembly on November 7th. It was filled with music, visual art, poetry, drama and memories of trips to the Canadian battlefield sites in Europe. The students respectfully asked us to remember the sacrifices and the courage of Canadians throughout the years and to work for peace. In short, the assembly was poignant, heartfelt and meaningful to all of us who were in attendance.
On the topic of Remembrance, earlier this year a friend of mine forwarded me this link to a site entitled, “The Fallen”. It is worth a visit.
Head of School