Hacking is often thought of as breaking illegally into someone’s computer to gain access to files. However, the word has evolved recently to mean much more.
In recognition of National Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week our students organized a number of events focused on bringing this important issue to the forefront, empowering all members of the STS community to play a role in building and reinforcing positive relationships, and preventing bullying.
Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School placed sixth out of 44 independent schools attending from Canada, the United States, Scotland, England, Bermuda, India, South Africa, Peru and South Korea.
Students in Kindergarten to Grade 3 left inspired after hearing the creative and engaging presentations by Carolyn Fisher - local artist, illustrator, and author during Marti McKay Week 2017.
This past month, five Senior School students traveled to South Africa to participate in the Round Square International Conference and a week-long pre-conference tour.