OCTOBER 25, 2021 -- The School Activity Council (SAC) at McLurg School planned a Frontline Worker Appreciation Day on Friday, October 8th. Students and staff were asked to dress as a frontline worker to celebrate and honour everything that these workers do for our community and the essential role they have played during the global pandemic. Students and staff dressed as nurses, doctors, paramedics, firefighters, RCMP, dentists and teachers.
The school’s Friday Google Meet story time included a story about firefighters and their role in the community. Classes also wrote thank-you cards and letters as well as drew pictures to show their appreciation. These cards were dropped off at the Regina General Hospital Intensive Care Unit, Fire Station #4, and Four Directions Community Health Centre.
This was also covered by Global Regina. See the clip here. https://globalnews.ca/video/8256029/regina-students-thank-frontline-workers/