The Burnaby School District LINC 1 class sent a cheque for $740.16 to the Red Cross to help in Fort McMurray. Photo – Rachel Spence
Carolyn Moi was sad. She watched the news. In May, a huge wildfire burned Fort McMurray. People lost their homes.
Carolyn had an idea
Carolyn is a teacher for the Burnaby School District. She teaches an adult LINC 1 class.
Carolyn’s class wanted to help the people from Fort McMurray.
At the same time, the class was learning about Canada’s money. The LINC 1 class wanted to help people from Fort McMurray and learn more about Canadian money.
Download and read the story.
The “haft-seen” table at Saha’s house
Photo by Saha Mousavi
Submission by Saha Mousavi
Saha is now in Grade 8 at Magee Secondary School in Vancouver.
She wrote this story while she was
a Grade 6 student at Vancouver’s Lord Roberts School in 2013.
The word Norooz means “the new day” in the Persian language.
Reading by Saha Mousavi
Norooz is the name of the important Iranian
or Persian New Year in the Persian calendar.
People of 13 other religions also celebrate this holiday.
The holiday goes on for 13 days.
People come to visit your home.
The kids get gifts for the New Year.
A traffic jam in Vancouver
Submitted by: Jennifer Partridge, West Point Grey United Church,
Jennifer Partridge’s students wrote letters to a newspaper.
They wanted to write about Vancouver’s traffic problems.
The learners also wanted to talk about solutions.
Here are three of their letters:
Read the PDF.
Think about what issues affect your community.
Write to your mayor or city council or local newspaper.
Jennifer’s class did!