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Designing Excellence During Asian Heritage Month

Designing Excellence During Asian Heritage Month

Monday, June 10, 2013
Categories: Happenings @ TDSB, Inclusive Schools, Student, Parent, and Community

May is Asian Heritage Month (AHM).  To mark the occasion, the Toronto District School Board and the Toronto Catholic District School Board work together and hold a variety of events that celebrate the rich heritage of Asia’s diverse nations. This year, events included Secondary Symposium, a Cricket Day event, a day for Elementary Celebrations, and a South Asian Community Festival.  In addition to these events, there is the Asian Heritage Month Poster Design Contest. This year, students from Grades 7-12 were given the challenging task of designing a poster which would incorporate the AHM themes of Wellness and of "Connect. Lead. Inspire."

 

We would like to congratulate the two winners: Brian Tam, Grade 12, from Albert Campbell Collegiate Institute, and Pauline Dumlao, Grade 7, from George B Little Public School.  Their winning designs were displayed in every school in the TDSB, and their excellence was publicly acknowledged at the Elementary Celebrations event on May 30th at Northern Secondary School.  We would also like to congratulate the runner up, Ramby Nicole Magnaye, Grade 8 Maple Leaf Public School student, whose design was featured in the Elementary Celebrations program handout.
 
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