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Last updated:
March 08, 2004


As with many small Island communities, finding resources about such communities, at a level students can understand, is a challenge. Therefore this project acts as such a resource for students in our area and beyond. Students are learning more about the past and present of local communities that are feeder communities to our school, at a time when so much emphasis is placed on the global community, often at the expense of the communities in the immediate area. A great deal of research came about by utilizing human resources in their research, while sharing what they learned through the Internet, and through the integration of technology in all aspects of their projects. Another unique aspect of this segment of our school website, is the value we place on the contributions of all students, as evidenced by the digital photos and slideshow created about Miscouche by one of our special needs students in Junior High. 

  Community Studies
Community Objects (French)

Community Objects
Photo Essay