Wednesday, April 20, 2011 LiveTalk! .....from the bush

The staff at go to amazing lengths to make things happen. Three members of the staff, Kelly, Ted, and Jason, set out an a perilous journey to hunt down the elusive Easter Bunny. We were told, via the RCMP, that he would be in the vicinity sometime during the afternoon hours of April 20, after a lengthy hide-out with Rudolph "The Red Nosed" Reindeer.

We entered the forest at approximately 1:30 pm and proceeded cautiously to our objective. The destination was Muskrat Delight; a secluded area along the Montreal River that was perfect for an ambush. After encountering dangerous Pelicans(one almost looked at us!) and the extremely unpredictable squirrel, we finally were able to locate the objective and set up for the broadcast.

The location looked promising; there was Easter Bunny droppings all over the place. We quickly set up a perimeter and connected with the staff and students in the assembly room, all of whom were safe and sound at their computer screens. While a good discussion on Geo-caching was happening, Kelly and Jason maintained a vigilant watch for any surprise attacks.

The broadcast ended and we quickly packed up and made our way to the safety of edcentre. Then it find out more click here. 

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Friday, April 15, 2011

Spring is here!

The eagle is back and needs a name. You can make your suggestion by commenting on this post.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Advice by Virginia Ross


People with a child shouldn't get drunk too often.When both parents get drunk,they are unable to look after their child.Some parents put aside their responsibilities for their own fun and pleasure.When parents get drunk, they could end up saying something to hurt their child,and if the child were to tell his/her parents,the parents would probably deny it. The child could keep on hurting.Some people expect everything will go back to normal.What if someone else hurt their child and the child was too scared to tell.The child could grow up not trusting anyone and not know where he/she belongs.

Being sober is great!Some families may have their ups and downs,but they remember their bad and good moments.Some become to understand one another and where they are coming from.A child with sober parents usually have a safe house to come to after along day of playing.

There is no such thing as being too over protective,there is danger lurking behind every corner.