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Toronto Catholic District School Board

Indigenized Learning as an Act of Reconciliation

 
On April 12, Notre Dame Catholic High School was honoured to lead a morning of reconcili-action. In response to those calls embedded in the Commission's report for Truth and Reconciliation, students and staff participated in curricular responses that have Indigenized teaching in an effort to both educate and begin the energetic move towards reconciliation within the school community. Under the direction of Ms. M Jack, students performed Minotatemiskatowin: A Journey to Reconciliation.
 
After the performance, guests were welcomed to the school library for the opening of a space dedicated to the Residential School children who survived, and those who did not come home.
 
In attendance were MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith, Bear Standing Tall, Elder Bob, TCDSB Director of Education Rory McGuckin, Nick D’Avella, Frank Pio and Vanessa Pinto from TCDSB Equity, Inclusion and Indigenous Education Department.
   

 

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