Peel staff and students celebrated Education Week from April 23 to 27 with a variety of events from across the board. This year's theme was #WeInspire.
Below is an overview of some of the activities that took place across the Peel board.
Allan Drive Middle School
Allan Drive Middle School celebrated Education Week by hosting an art and talent show to showcase the amazing school spirit of its staff, students and community members. Students displayed a variety of art pieces, including ceramics and artwork. At the talent show, students put on showstopping performances, including musical, dance and band performances.
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Artesian Drive Public School
Artesian Drive Public School hosted a variety of special "earth friendly" events as Education Week coincides with Earth Month. Students and staff showed off their enthusiasm by hosting a Recycled Book Drive, engaged in a community clean up with resources provided by Pitch-In Canada and participated in a community walk.
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Caledon East Public School
Students and staff at Caledon East Public School welcomed community leaders and industry presenters, for a Career Fair to kick off the Education Week 2018 celebrations. The Career Fair provided students with the opportunity to speak with presenters from a variety of careers and industries to help students explore the various pathways available to them.
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Greenbriar Middle School
Greenbriar Middle School embraced inclusion for Education Week and Autism Awareness Month. Throughout the week, students and staff showcased an exceptional display of artistic talent through a visual arts exhibit, musical, singing and dancing performances to celebrate this year's Education Week theme – We Inspire.
James Potter Public School
James Potter Public School hosted an Art Gallery to showcase student artwork for Education Week that left guests in awe and wonder. Students created artwork to explore a variety of themes, including environment, math, literacy, how we see the world around "us" and how we see "ourselves".
Students and staff at Parkhome School celebrated its 60th anniversary in addition to Education Week. Parkholme celebrated 60 years of supporting student success with a black light extravaganza that lit up the stage. Throughout Education Week, the school displayed student artwork and received a visit from reptiles.
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Stephen Lewis Secondary School
Students at Stephen Lewis Secondary School focused on the power of giving during Education Week. Stephen Lewis selected Doctors Without Borders as its charity. Students took the initiative to plan school-wide events and activities throughout the week to fundraise for the cause, including home room promotions, and selling food and refreshments. The school will host a Charity Carnival for the fundraiser's grand finale on May 11.
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