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You are invited to attend our 2016-2017 Academic Award Presentation on September 29 in the Hawrylak Auditorium.

Students who attended Thom Collegiate last year 2016-17 in grades 9 to 11 will receive their academic awards during this ceremony.

 

The agenda for the morning is as follows:

8:45 to 9:30      Grade 10 and 11 Academic Awards Presentation (This year’s grade 11 and 12 students)

 9:40 to 10:00    Grade 9 Academic Awards Presentation (This year’s grade 10 students)

 

Parents are welcome to attend!


 

Thom School Calendar 2016-17

ATTENTION 2016-17 GRADUATES

2016-17 YEARBOOKS ARE IN!!

If you just graduated in June and have purchased a yearbook,

please pick it up in the main office Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm (the office is open during the lunch hour).

If you are getting someone else to pick it up, please call the office and let us know who will be signing for it.

Community Coffee House

Thom Collegiate's Deaf & Hard of Hearing Program Presents:

The Deaf Forest

Curated by Wendy Peart

 

Description

Exhibition runs from September 29-October 29 Reception: September 29 7:00 pm

Additional Information

This exhibit was produced by Thom Collegiate Deaf and Hard of Hearing students in partnership with leaders Joanne Weber (teacher), Chrystene Ells and Berny Hi (artists), and the Deaf Crows Collective (community group). For the past 3 years, these partners have been working with the DHH students using art as culturally relevant pedagogy for deep cognitive learning, personal growth and solid community building. Through visual art and theatre, the DHH students have emerged as an expressive force with perspectives to share, stories to tell and ideas to develop.

 

The Deaf Forest is the first large-scale installation created by the DHH students. It is representative of their perspective as looking at three distinct communities – the Hearing world, the Hard-of-Hearing world and the Deaf world. Using various materials and mediums, this ambitious exhibit explores a powerful statement as a means to find understanding between these three distinct worlds.

We are also offering a number of community workshops in which the Thom DHH students will be involved.  Everyone is welcome, regardless of your hearing ability!!

 

Deaf Forest Grand Opening

Friday, September 29,  7:00 pm

Dunlop Gallery, Regina Public Library Main (Downtown) Branch

 

Deaf Settlers in Lipton, Saskatchewan

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1:30-2:30 PM

DUNLOP ART GALLERY, CENTRAL LIBRARY

Come for a tour of the Deaf Forest art exhibit, followed by an information session about the Deaf community that grew out of a group of Deaf farmers in the Lipton area just north of Regina in the 1800's. Presented by John Warren and Patti Spicer

 

ASL Poetry Slam

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 6:30-8:30 M

REGENT PLACE BRANCH

American Sign Language instructors will guide you on the creation of ASL poetry and will finalize in a grand ASL poetry slam. Great for any adult or teen.

ASL Storytime for Preschoolers

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 10:30-11:00 AM

CENTRAL CHILDREN’S, CENTRAL LIBRARY

Learn some American Sign Language with your preschoolers in this fun Storytime session.

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