Community

MMIWG

 

May 5th is the national day to honor Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.  The Campbell Reconciliation Committee has created a bulletin board (near the art room) with information about this issue and a board at the main entrance to help draw attention to this issue. Daily facts about this issue will be posted on announcements as well this week.

Local Initiative

Thank you to everyone in the Campbell Community for supporting our Local Initiative!! This year we raised $9 236.25 for All Nations Hope, North Central Family Centre, North Central Community Association, City Kidz and White Pony Lodge. We were also able to gather 4 boxes of school supplies, craft supplies and books for Beyond the Bell and 4 boxes of toiletry/hygiene products and winter wear which will be donated to All Nations Hope and North Central Family Centre.

QSA

Campbell’s QSA is very active in the building and in the community. This group has already hosted a bake sale fundraiser, a Trans Day of Remembrance, attended the GSA Summit and currently is planning the Queer Prom.  Campbell’s QSA is a group that works hard to create a safe space for LGBTQ+ students in the building,  but also provides outreach to other schools and community groups.

Reconciliation Committee

In the Spirit of the 2015 Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action, The Campbell Reconciliation Committee strives to promote awareness of Canada’s shared history with Indigenous cultures. One of the projects that the Reconciliation Committee has participated in, is the Faceless Doll Project.