Students from the Grade 9 Enrichment and e3 classes plant trees at the "Forest in the City" as part of Earth Day. This marks our second year with this project. Past PJ Earth Day Projects include the trees at the bottom of Forest Rd near the canal as well as the area around Silver Bridge between Branlyn and Banbury.
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A Pauline Johnson Collegiate grade 9 enrichment class took up pens and markers March 26 vying for honours in an international
writing and illustrating competition. The brain-child of teachers Theano Tice, Laurie Chisholm, and Linda Geary, about 20 youngsters took a lesson in haiku poetry and proceeded to write on the theme of "dreams, " a challenge offered world-wide to children up to age 15 by the Japan Airlines Foundation in their bi-annual contest. While there is no monetary prize, various winning works representing Canada will be published in English on-line and also in English with a Japanese translation in the colourful 2015 World Children's Haiku Anthology, both published by the JAL Foundation. This contest is co-sponsored by Canada's national haiku organization, Haiku Canada. Ms Geary, a former English teacher with the Grand Erie Board and currently Secretary of Haiku Canada, asked permission of her PJC school friends to deliver the workshop locally as this is Canada's first year of participation in the contest. She wishes PJC good luck.
Don and Irene Carefoot, former PJ students return to speak with the grade 9 enrichment class about the value of education and entrpreneurship.
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