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Kids Now

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D'Arcy McGee Catholic School grade eight students Kaitlyn (left) and Hillary were honoured to introduce Canadian Olympic medalists Jason Burnett and Rosie MacLennan at their school's assembly.  Both athletes, Honourary Kids Now Mentors attended to present the prestigious 2014 Positive Me Video Contest  award to the Kids Now program participants.
 
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Tony Casole Principal served as master of ceremonies for the assembly honouring the school in winning the overall Kids Now 2014 Positive Me Video Contest award.
 
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Students at D'Arcy McGee Catholic School jumped on the Springfree trampoline under the watchful eyes of Canadian Olympic medalist and Kids Now Honourary Mentor Rosie MacLennan.  Springfree had set up its recreational trampolines for the students to try as part of the Kids Now 2014 Positive Me Video Contest celebrations. D'Arcy McGee's Kids Now program topped all other schools in the competition.
 
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Volunteer Mentor Aubrey Abaya for the Kids Now program at D'Arcy McGee Catholic School watches proudly as student Jahiem receives his certificate and award from Canadian Olympic medalists and Honourary Kids Now Mentors Jason Burnett and Rosie MacLennan.  Students in the Kids Now Program at the school captured top honours in the Kids Now 2014 Positive Me Video Contest producing at two-minute short on the theme A Message To Your Bully.
 
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D'Arcy McGee Catholic School student and Kids Now member Marie receives her certificate and prizes as a member of the team that captured first place in the 2014 Positive Me Video Contest. Offering their congratulations were (left) Stevenson, Director, Community Relations and Public Affairs State Farm Canada, Kids Now Volunteer Mentor at D'Arcy McGee Aubrey Abaya, Canadian Olympic medalists and Kids Now Honourary Mentors Jason Burnett, Rosie MacLennan and Kids Now Founder and President Janet King
 
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All smiles Canadian Olympic medalist and Kids Now Honourary Mentor Rosie MacLennan answers questions at the D'Arcy McGee Catholic School assembly held to recognize the Kids Now program at the school winning top spot laurels in the 2014 Positive Me Video Contest.
 
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Canadian Olympian medalist and Kids Now Honourary Mentor Jason Burnett does a park our flip against the wall of D'Arcy McGee Catholic School while attending an assembly saluting the school's Kids Now program students winning top spot in the 2014 Positive Me Video Contest. 
 
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We're "number one" is chanted by members of the Kids Now program at Toronto's D'Arcy McGee Catholic School in claiming the overall title in the second annual national Positive Me Video Contest (front left) Vanessa, Maria, Jaheim, Heira, Danielle, Michelle, Victoria, Jada and (back) Zac Stevenson, Director, Community Relations and Public Affairs State Farm Canada, KN Volunteer Mentor Aubrey Abaya, Canadian Olympic medalists and KN Honourary Mentors Jason Burnett Rosie MacLennan, KN Founder and President Janet King, KN School Champion and Principal D'Arcy McGee Tony Casole.

 

 
 
 
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