HÍ,SWKE to Tsawout Assembly of Praise Church, and the volunteers of the Wednesday morning bread delivery from Cobbs. We would also like to thank the Mustard Seed Food Bank, Sidney Food Bank, Breakfast For Learning Grant, and the University of Victoria Aboriginal Service Plan Projects Coordinator, Blaise Bazuik for a contribution of $2,000 for the breakfast program. Because of these generous donations, all students can come and say good morning to Wally Thomas and get a “breakfast to go". Breakfasts are availabe Monday to Friday morning until June 26.
Students may also join the Tsawout Learning House after school, and eat a wholesome snack every day, or a hot meal every Wednesday. For more information and additional resources on the Breakfast For Learning Program, please visit www.breakfastforlearning.ca.
My gratitude is extended to Peter Adams and Troy Courvelle who are willing help pickup and deliver these donations. Troy also donated and delivered an upright piano to the children and youth of Tsawout Learning House. He has also arranged long-term tuning and care for the piano. Troy is passionate about music, and wants to give all persons an opportunity to experience an interest in music and musical instruments. The piano is housed in the Computer Lab, which is also
a soundproof room.
Tsawout Learning House continues to increase in number with new registrants every month. If your child has turned 4 years old, and you feel they are ready to attend a structured program and to interact with a wider range of boys and girls, you may register him/ her with Mrs. Adams.