We had a wonderful celebration today - planting vegetables that we had started from our Nature & Wellness program.
We even enjoyed a salad from our indoor vertical tower gardens.
Today, the Terra Association along with the United Way, provided us with a Taste of Terra and a variety of soups to taste and judge!
This afternoon, three teams competed in the first-ever Braemar School Chopped food contest.
Each team had one hour to complete an entrée and a dessert - and they did a wonderful job!
In the Aboriginal Studies 30 program at Braemar, students will gain a greater understanding of the current issues facing Aboriginal peoples worldwide, but with a specific focus on the Aboriginal peoples of Canada. Aboriginal Studies 30 enables students to demonstrate an understanding of the issues of Aboriginal rights and self-government, Aboriginal land claims, Aboriginal peoples in Canadian society and Aboriginal world issues.
The Art courses at Braemar are designed to provide students with an opportunity to explore and appreciate the world around them through a variety of media.
Students are encouraged to create works that are products of their experiences.