Gemma Perreault, left, and Kaleah Henderson from Laurie Moxham's Grade 5 class worked away on their diorama depicting what First Nations communities looked like back in the 1600s. The students in both Grade 5 classes at Robert Moore School started the dioramas last week, but finished them up this past Tuesday.
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Students in Tammy Thibault's Grade 3 class, along with Educational Assistant Joanne McKinnon, showed off their “'80s Day” attire during Robert Moore School's latest Spirit Day yesterday.
Faith holding a picture of Les Ivall and Heather holding one of Ed Ivall during the Remembrance Day service held at Monte Cassion, Sicily.
Ainsley Mann, a Grade 6 student at Robert Moore School, put the final toppings on her pizza last week. The two Grade 6 classes worked in groups to make pizzas as a Valentine's Day treat but also incorporated curriculum elements, such as math and language, into the activity.
Nikolas Pocock, a kindergarten student at Robert Moore School, passed out his Valentines as celebrations got underway in the classroom last Thursday.
Jeff Gustafson held up a couple of large spotted bass during the Day One weigh-in at Lake Lanier last week.
Riverside Health Care hosted local MPP Greg Rickford at La Verendrye General Hospital for a public press conference on Thursday. Rickford announced the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care would be providing Riverside with $62,000 in one-time funding for the Health Infrastructure Renewal Fund (HIRF).
Tyrus Smith, left, Connor Sandelovich, and Kenton Yerxa, Grade 6 students at Robert Moore School, worked on building a birdhouse on Friday under the direction of Fort Frances resident Henry Miller.
Grade 1 students at St. Michael's School's shared big smiles Friday as they sported handmade eyewear in celebration of their 100th day of school. Students celebrated the milestone by making crafts, posters, and pieces of art. Students at Robert Moore School celebrated their "100th Day on Friday, as well.
A large crowd of family and friends gathered Saturday at the home of Kim Jo Bliss to help her parents, Louise and Tony Bliss, celebrate their 50th anniversary. The Emo couple, whose actual anniversary is Jan. 25, marked the occasion with a trip to Nashville, where they enjoyed an NHL game between the Winnipeg Jets and Predators as well as a Jeannie Seely concert at the Grand Ole Opry.