Five grade seven students from Uniacke District School were honoured at a ceremony in Halifax, on May 19th, by the Learning Partnership, a national non profit educational foundation. Under the guidance of their teacher, Kathleen Creelman, students wrote personal narrative essays about a significant turning point in their lives. This year marked the official launch of the program in Nova Scotia, although Uniacke District has been piloting the writing component for the past two years. The students' work will be published in a national anthology in the fall. Congratulations!
Turning Points participants from across Nova Scotia.
Photo courtesy of the Learning Partnership.