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Grade 8 student Megan Dobbin and teacher Douglas Stewart talk about what the Sackville Middle School immersion class learned while making an animation/stop-motion film about a historial event that happened during the start of the Acadian Deportation. The three-minute film is competing against other schools, including one from Kent County, for a chance to win a trip to Banff for the whole class. Try this link if you want to vote:
Voting ends on Feb 21.

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