Posted on February 26, 2016 by Tia Lalani

On Tuesday, February 23, over 240 Grade 7 students, teachers, administrators and community members thronged Augustana Campus.

On Tuesday, February 23, over 240 Grade 7 students, teachers, administrators and community members thronged Augustana Campus. Their mission was a difficult one: to explain the carefully considered and artistically described science projects they had been working on for the past five months!

The Augustana Learning, Advising & Beyond Office worked with Charlie Killam School and Our Lady of Mount Pleasant School to connect Community Service-Learning students with Grade 7 Science classes. Augustana students were in classrooms since the second week in September, working in partnership with teachers to support and mentor grade 7 students in creating innovative science projects to present at the science fair.

In addition to providing quality hands-on experiential learning experiences for both grade 7 students and Augustana students, the fair also provided an opportunity for grade 7 students and their parents to enjoy the experience of being an active participant of the campus community for a day.

This collaborative initiative between Battle River School Division, Elk Island Catholic School Division and Augustana Campus was made possible through the generous support of the University Senate and various departments and individuals on our Campus.


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