Summer stories: Participation for wellness

<b>Students from TRU Life Skills Reading Class </b><br /> (Photo courtesy of TRU Reading Class)

Students from TRU Life Skills Reading Class 
(Photo courtesy of TRU Reading Class)

2014 Write a Story contest honourable mention

Story by Thompson River University Life Skills Reading Class
Kamloops, BC:

  • Kenzi Ceccon, Cody Chase, Dean Cummings,
    Kayla Finney, Cody Harmon, Brad Harrison,
    Adam Kenoras, Clayton Ralph, Alona Shoemaker

This story is by one of our honourable mentions.

Click the link to read this story.

Students with disabilities in our TRU Reading Class
created a story about how they stay healthy.
Each student provided a sentence to the paragraph
to create this story.

I am happy when I score a “turkey” at bowling.
It is fun snowshoeing and going around the track with others.
I call swimming a “pool of magic” as I can walk in water but not on land.
I won the third race snowshoeing.
I had fun riding “Scooby”, the girl horse, bareback.
I like the hot tub more than swimming.In the pool.
I went on a horse bareback and had to hold on tight so I would not fall off.
I like to see my friends at bowling time though too.
I walk everywhere I go.