Random acts of kindness are not so random at Bishop Alexander Carter CSS this month. Grade 12 students have been working diligently to bring smiles to students’ faces both at the school and abroad. The students in the Grade 12 Religion class handed out free cake to fellow students, visited the Elizabeth Centre and handed out Valentine’s Day cards to the seniors at the centre and bought coffee for people behind them in the drive through line at local coffee shops.
Have you ever dreamt of traveling abroad? Of exploring and learning more about other cultures? Well, you can if you are a cute stuffed animal. Grade 12 Religion students at Bishop Alexander Carter CSS are exchanging stuffed animals with classroom in Japan, Taiwan and Costa Rica. These stuffed animals will report back to their home school to tell the students about their many experiences. This picture shows Horton the black bear that was sent to Japan. A stuffed beaver was sent to Taiwan and moose to Costa Rica. Let’s wait and see what these cute stuffed animals have to say about their cultural experiences in the other countries.