There was so much to celebrate at the Carseland School yesterday!
I K Ka Nutsi Park Partnership took flight yesterday thanks to the partnership between the Carseland School [Golden Hills School Division], a Cultural Consultant from Siksika Nation, and Nutrien Carseland Nitrogen. I K Ka Nutsi means "to shine bright" and it will become a reality for the 2019/2020 school year. This partnership will allow students from Carseland School to spend time at Wyndham-Carseland Provincial Park learning about plant life.
As well, Division 3 Councillor Donna Biggar presented the Carseland School with an Environmental Stewardship Award for their 2018 School Garden and Outdoor Classroom, and Nature Connection Program. We are proud to acknowledge the achievements and involvement of our youngest community members, as they inspire us to lead by example and sustain the environment for their benefit.
The Youth Stewardship award aims to recognize the importance of engaging youth in environmentally friendly beneficial initiatives, as the youth of today represent future generations of the Wheatland County Community.
We are so proud of the students at the Carseland School!