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It has been called the Olympics for change-makers. The annual WE Day event took place in late October at Bell MTS Place and Pembina Trails was well represented.

Students and staff from 23 schools across our division took part in the day that aims to motivate and inspire social action. Celebrity presenters, speakers and performers included Kareem Abdu Jabbar, Auli’I Cravalho, Pembina Trails Alternative High School graduate Tyrell Bird and educator Ian Smith.

A number of other Pembina Trails students had the opportunity to take the stage and/or attend special award ceremonies, including École secondaire Oak Park High School’s Skylar Ferguson and Van Walleghem School’s Jasmyn Singh, who were both honoured with Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers.

Adrienne Gill, a student from École Viscount Alexander, had the opportunity to share her school’s ME2WE initiatives on stage.


École Charleswood School’s Julian Chuckry performed in the opening act. 


Ryerson School’s Tea Project was also featured as a creative way to get young students involved in social action.

   

Congratulations to everyone who took part in WE and will continue to be change-makers throughout the year.

950 Pembina Trails students earn their way to WE Day

It has been called the Olympics for change-makers. The annual WE Day event took place in late October at Bell MTS Place and Pembina Trails was well represented.

Students and staff from 23 schools across our division took part in the day that aims to motivate and inspire social action. Celebrity presenters, speakers and performers included Kareem Abdu Jabbar, Auli’I Cravalho, Pembina Trails Alternative High School graduate Tyrell Bird and educator Ian Smith.

A number of other Pembina Trails students had the opportunity to take the stage and/or attend special award ceremonies, including École secondaire Oak Park High School’s Skylar Ferguson and Van Walleghem School’s Jasmyn Singh, who were both honoured with Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers.

Adrienne Gill, a student from École Viscount Alexander, had the opportunity to share her school’s ME2WE initiatives on stage.


École Charleswood School’s Julian Chuckry performed in the opening act. 


Ryerson School’s Tea Project was also featured as a creative way to get young students involved in social action.

   

Congratulations to everyone who took part in WE and will continue to be change-makers throughout the year.

 WE Day photos from students and staff

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