TLAC 2019 Student Registration Forms are now available online!
What is TLAC? TLAC is an arts camp for Grade 7 through 12 students that will take place on May 19 to 24, 2019 at Camp White Pine in Haliburton. TLAC offers specialized instruction for Music, Drama, Musical Theatre, Dance, and Visual Art within an exciting camp experience. The arts camp is set up as a typical high school day with four periods. There are evening concerts featuring performances from major artists, a presentation from local visual artists, and an art display. This enriched arts experience is enhanced by the summer camp atmosphere.
Early bird registrations are due December 20, 2018 for a $50 savings.
The deadline for all registrations is January 18, 2019
Registrations are available online or in your school office. Visit http://tldsb.ca/tlac for a link to the online registration and to follow along with the experience. For more information, contact Wendy Browne at 1(888)526-5552 x22104 or email at TLAC@tldsb.on.ca.
Registrations are accepted on a first come, first served basis, so be sure to register early!
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Indigenous Land Acknowledgement
Muskoka Beechgrove Public School acknowledges that this land is the traditional homeland of the Ojibway Nation and the Huron/Wendat Nation, and now includes communities from the Mohawk Nation, the Pottawatomi Nation and the Metis Nation of Ontario.
Why do we say a land acknowledgement? Honouring the land is a tradition that dates back thousands of years for Indigenous Peoples.
Regardless of your personal ancestry and heritage, as people living on traditional Indigenous lands WE are ALL TREATY PEOPLE!
To learn more, have a look at the CBC news article called;
“What is the significance of acknowledging the Indigenous
land we stand on?”