MMS is recognizing Orange Shirt Day on Friday, September 29, 2017. We will be having a school wide assembly at 9:15 AM with our guest presenter David Robertson (author of the book When We Were Alone. This will be followed by activities in homerooms. Students in grade 5 and 6 will get the chance to read the book When We Were Alone and discuss what Orange Shirt Day means. Grade 7 and 8 students will explore the 94 Calls to Action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. This is an important day to learn more about and celebrate indigenous culture.

To learn more about Orange Shirt Day please visit this page.

To view the slides that will be shown during the assembly please visit this page.

Parents and guardians are welcome to join us for the assembly.

All staff and students are encouraged to wear Orange to recognize this important day.

Every Child Matters



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