Jun. 27th, 2014
Wednesday, June 27, 2014
Montgomery Village Public School (MVPS) in Orangeville has received an Honourble Mention for the 2014 Jack Layton Award for Youth Action in Sustainability. The non-profit charity Learning for a Sustainable Future (LSF) uses the award to recognize schools that have responded to community challenges with creativity, responsible citizenship and innovative action. To learn more about why MVPS was recognized, check out this interview with Grade 3/4 teacher Marc Mailhot.
View the original story from the Upper Grand District School Board.
For more information on the Jack Layton Award and the winning projects, please click here.