And the winner is . . . . Shuswap Middle School!
Students in Sue Whitehead and Bev Dewitt’s Grade 6-7 classes, with the support of their teachers, Indigenous Education Worker Tara Willard and Elder Mike Arnouse, have won the B.C.-wide Great Waters Challenge for their Indigenous Perspective on Salmon Survival Inquiry Project which included a mural, Ancient River Song and teaching/presentation video.
The prize is admission to the Vancouver Aquarium and 4D: Big Picture Conservation program for the classes, which will take place on April 12.
Unfortunately the prize did not include transportation or accommodation costs so the students will now be fundraising!