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  1. Broxton Honor Choir is today at 12:30 lunch recess in Mme iampen’s room. See you there!

  2. Senior handbells rehearsal today at noon in Mme Brophy’s room.

  3. Jr. Highs, there is no open gym at lunch today. Open gym will be on Friday.

  4. Jr. Girls basketball team has practice today from 12 - 1.

  5. Congratulations to the Sr. Boys basketball team on their win yesterday against Prescott.

  6. Good luck to the Jr. Boys Blue basketball team in their game at Copperhaven tonight.

  7. Jr. Boys Yellow basketball team play SPC at home today. Go Broxton!

  8. A reminder that the library is closed today for Broxton Breakfast happening in the Common Room. Classes will come down starting with grade 9’s at 9:15. Teachers please see the email sent out to make sure your class comes down at the right time in accordance with the schedule! Thank you!


Black History Month Recognition

Esi Edugyan

Born and raised in Calgary, the internationally renowned novelist, Esi Edugyan is one of only three writers in history – with Alice Munro and M.G. Vassanji – to have won two Scotiabank Giller Prizes. Her parents emigrated from Ghana, and both were professionals – her mom a nurse, and her father an economist. The family’s experience of racism and discrimination left an indelible mark on Edugyan and her writing. She described her experiences of being “an apparition so dark and odd people in the street sometimes paused to watch me pass.” Edugyan completed a BA in creative writing from the University of Victoria in 1999, and a Master’s in creative writing from John Hopkins University in 2001. As well, she completed numerous artistic residencies in Canada and worldwide, including in France, Germany, Iceland and Hungary.

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