Friday, May 30, 2014

Bimose Students Celebrate Turning Points

The Turning Points Program from the Learning Partnership is celebrating students in the Bimose Tribal Council.

15 students wrote essays reflecting on a turning point in their lives.

Oliver Ridler is the Ontario North Program Manager and said 5 essays were chosen for awards.

This is the first year that Turning Points has been offered in Kenora.

It's open to all high school students.

The top 3 essays were written by Scarlett Scott, Gillian Prouty, and Danielle McDonald