UES Heritage fair

The 2014 UES Heritage Fair on April 11th was a huge success. Our intermediate students and staff have worked very hard for the last 7 weeks researching an aspect of Canadian history and/or culture. I would like to thank our community members who came out to judge at the fair and make this day special for the students.

District of Ucluelet: Mayor Irving and Counsellor Oliwa, NIC: Bill Morrision, Ucluelet Historical society: Marva Chandler, Jan Smith and Pieter Timmerans RCMP: Susan Argyle. Pam and Dave McIntosh, Gord Dunsmore, Norannda Sigmund. From Alberni Valley Museum Shelley Harding, Pat Dahlquist and Pam Craig, School District 70: Cam Pinkerton and Gurmail Aujla, NTC: Lynette Lucas. USS “Alumni” judges: Rachel Dziama, Megan Fortune, Kyle Grilli, Kendall Arsenault, Sierra Griffin, Adriana Todesco, Lucas Van Camp and Matthew Auld.

UES will send 20 students, selected by our judges and staff, to the Alberni Valley Museum Regional Heritage Fair on May 2nd.

Christine Brice

UES Teacher

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