Congratulations to our seven Strait Regional School Board Heritage Fair winners who represented their schools, communities and the School Board exceptionally well at the Provincial Fair held on June 4 and 5, 2015, at St. Mary’s University in Halifax.
Special congratulations to students Noor Mohrez and Emma Smith on their provincial awards:
Noor Mohrez received the Top Overall Prize/Heritage Day Award for
displaying overall excellence in both display and presentation. Noor is pictured with The Honourable Tony Ince, Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage.
Emma Smith received an award for the Best Use of Primary Materials. Emma is pictured here with The Honourable Tony Ince, Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage.
Emma Smith; Sara Sullivan; Adrienna Marchand; The Honourable Tony Ince, Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage; Noor Mohrez; Emma Rhynold; Michael Steele; and Hannah Snow (left to right) at the Provincial Heritage Fair.
The Strait Regional School Board Regional Heritage Fair winners 2015 include:
Emma Rhynold, Grade 8, Tamarac Education Centre
Project – Le Ballet
Emma Smith, Grade 7, St. Andrew Junior School
Project – The Scotia Highland Dancers
Adrienna Marchand, Grade 8, Richmond Education Centre/Academy
Project – Le Co-op
Hannah Snow, Grade 7, Mulgrave Memorial Education Centre
Project – Mulgrave Blast from the Past
Michael Steele, Grade 8, Tamarac Education Centre
Project – Canada, champions du Monde au Curling
Noor Mohrez, Grade 6, Chedabucto Education Centre/Guysborough Academy
Project – The Chronicle Herald
Sara Sullivan, Grade 7, St. Andrew Junior School
Project – Sightings: Shag Harbour Incident