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South Slave Divisional Education Council unveils winner of 4th Annual Children’s Storybook Contest

FORT SMITH, NT – The South Slave Divisional Education Council is excited to announce What Would You Do With A Buffalo In Your Garden? by Canan Olvera as the winner of the 4th Annual Children’s Storybook Contest. The humourous story follows the adventures of Kokum Nan after she discovers a buffalo in her garden. During the course of the story, Kokum Nam considers several methods for removing the buffalo before it can trample her herbs and vegetables. Canan Olvera, the author, is a student at Paul W. Kaeser High School in Fort Smith. He was inspired to write What Would You Do With A Buffalo In Your Garden? after hearing about a buffalo appearing in a local resident’s garden. This is his first

South Slave educators recognized for excellence

SSDEC names 2020 winners of Excellence in Education Awards Fort Smith, NT – The South Slave Divisional Education Council (SSDEC) announced the 2020 winners of the Excellence in Education Awards. The Program Staff Award winner is Mr. Mario Milovac (Hay River). Mr. Milovac is a Northern-born educator who has spent his career in the South Slave and has been critical in the development of social-emotional learning programming in Hay River schools. Currently the Program Support Teacher for Harry Camsell School and Princess Alexandra School in Hay River, Mr. Milovac is widely regarded by the staff of both schools, and beyond, as an exemplary teacher and communicator with a keen understanding of th

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