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School might officially be out, but the learning continues here in Pembina Trails. Ignite3 is a division grown summer learning program.  

Ryerson, General Byng and Westgrove Schools have hosted the free full-day learning camp during July and August for the past few years.

This year, Chancellor School is also offering the six week full-day program. Students, including many newcomers, get the chance to strengthen their math, reading and writing skills. A highlight is always the afternoon outings. Students are given a real chance to explore their community with visits to local strawberry patches, public pools and even the zoo.

Equbal Abdullah is a mother of six who arrived in Canada from Syria in 2015. Three of her children have attended Ignite3 at Ryerson School.

Through a translator she shares how valuable the program has been for her family.

“They get to learn a lot reading writing the most importance thing is the self-confidence and making new friends. I am happy they learn a lot of the Canadian culture and I have some free time at home,” said Abdullah.

More than 250 students are participating in Ignite3 this summer. Our Board of Trustees proudly support this enrichment opportunity.

Read more stories from Ignite3 2017


Igniting potential

School might officially be out, but the learning continues here in Pembina Trails. Ignite3 is a division grown summer learning program.  

Ryerson, General Byng and Westgrove Schools have hosted the free full-day learning camp during July and August for the past few years.

This year, Chancellor School is also offering the six week full-day program. Students, including many newcomers, get the chance to strengthen their math, reading and writing skills. A highlight is always the afternoon outings. Students are given a real chance to explore their community with visits to local strawberry patches, public pools and even the zoo.

Equbal Abdullah is a mother of six who arrived in Canada from Syria in 2015. Three of her children have attended Ignite3 at Ryerson School.

Through a translator she shares how valuable the program has been for her family.

“They get to learn a lot reading writing the most importance thing is the self-confidence and making new friends. I am happy they learn a lot of the Canadian culture and I have some free time at home,” said Abdullah.

More than 250 students are participating in Ignite3 this summer. Our Board of Trustees proudly support this enrichment opportunity.

Read more stories from Ignite3 2017


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