Students at the Northeastern Catholic District School Board recently shared with the board how they are “Igniting Hope” in schools and communities.
Rebekah, a Grade 3 student from St. Joseph School, explains how hope is a big part of her experience in Catholic schools:
“I want to tell you why I go to a Catholic school. I go to Catholic school to learn about God and Jesus. I go to church from school. I sing songs at church. When I grow up I will know how to be a good person. I go to school and church to learn about hope and love. It makes me feel good. These are the reasons why I go to a Catholic school.”
Grade 6 Students from O’Gorman Intermediate Catholic School demonstrated how they ignite hope through gratitude expressed in letter to front line workers.
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