Roxane Letterlough and Marianne Van DePol (District coordinators) are
looking to recruit 8 Aboriginal students to help choreograph 6
Aboriginal Songs into dance. This will entail some commitment to create
as well as practice the songs for filming in late April. Students will
choreograph the dances with Roxane and Marianne during a half day session at
the Henry Grube. Practice time will be during lunch or after school.
These songs will be filmed for Dance Play instructors to be used in
teaching their dance across the world.
Roxane Letterlough MEd
District Primary Aboriginal Resource Teacher
A student at Brock has head lice. Please click on the pdf to read the attached information sheet and check your student for lice/nits.
If your son/daughter plays hockey, you will want to read the attachment.
Brett Draney, a former Kamloops Blazer, is offering another set of
hockey times. This is open to Aboriginal Youth ages 6-15.
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- At Brocklehurst Middle School we believe that physically and emotionally healthy students are the foundation for student success both in and out of school.
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