Tla’amin Nation raises hands to School District 47 graduates

What a challenging year for our graduating class of 2020, and all our students in School District 47. We recognize you for completing your daily assignments at home to move onto the next chapter of your education.

We raise our hands, to not only the home schooling parents, but the dedicated education staff for providing their support. You have ensured our children and students continued to be motivated and challenged with their curriculum during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Congratulations to all the Grade 12 students for receiving their diploma. You are now rewarded and acknowledged for your efforts, beginning from childhood years in elementary school, to becoming successful young and responsible adults in the Brooks Secondary School education system. With your vision of career goals, each and every one of you will reach and discover your future in life; that only you can decide. Whether it be in trades or post secondary academics, the choice is yours!

Our key message is for everyone to stay inspired, reach your aspirations and discover your dreams. Tla’amin Nation wishes you all the best in your future endeavors.

Tla’amin hegus, legislators and education staff.

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