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Lynn-Rose School proudly hosted its annual event in September to honor the legacy of Canadian hero Terry Fox. Terry Fox, remembered for his courageous battle with cancer and his monumental Marathon of Hope in 1980, remains an inspiring figure globally. Our event, dedicated to his memory, included a series of activities like a charity run/walk, fun games for younger students, educational presentations, and a fundraising drive, all designed to raise awareness and support for cancer research. We are thrilled to announce that the Lynn-Rose community raised a significant amount for this cause, continuing Terry Fox’s mission to find a cure for cancer and reminding us of his indomitable spirit.

In a thoughtful observance of Truth and Reconciliation Day, Lynn-Rose students engaged in various initiatives to honor this important occasion. These initiatives were centered around fostering understanding and empathy, with a focus on integrating Indigenous perspectives, history, and culture into our curriculum. The activities were designed to educate and empower our students, providing them with the knowledge and sensitivity to participate in meaningful discussions about the legacy of residential schools, the significance of treaty rights, and the journey towards healing and unity. This observance is a testament to our commitment to nurturing global citizens who are informed, empathetic, and ready to contribute to a more inclusive and understanding world.

These events at Lynn-Rose School reflect our dedication to holistic education, where students learn the value of empathy, respect, and social responsibility, aligning with our promise to educate the whole child for a brighter tomorrow.

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