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Bluewater's Education Week 2021 page

Education Week 2021

Education Week 2021
Posted on 04/30/2021
Banner for Education Week, May 3-7, 2021 with BWDSB logo, books, laptop, and #StrongerTogether on grey background Bluewater District School Board is celebrating Education Week, which occurs each year during the first full week of May.  From May 3 to 7, 2021, students, staff, and families are invited to join us in honouring excellence and student achievement in our public education system.

The following statement by the Ministry of Education expands on this year’s theme:

“Every student has the power to succeed, and every student deserves the opportunity to succeed.

This speaks to the power and life-changing impact of an education, and its ability to enlighten, inspire, and spark curiosity in a young mind.

For 2021, Ontario's Education Week theme is Stronger Together.  Building on the 2020 theme, Rising to the Challenge, we are recognizing our collective efforts in overcoming the difficulties of COVID-19.

Across the province, our teachers, staff, and parents have been united in helping students succeed.  They have risen to every challenge – finding creative, innovative, and effective ways to support learning and student well-being.

Let's remain committed to empowering educators, and building a brighter future for our students, schools, families, and Ontario – because we are truly stronger together.”

In Bluewater, we have recently experienced firsthand how we are all stronger together.  Despite the many changes and uncertainty over the past year due to the pandemic, our school communities have persevered and overcome many hurdles in the face of adversity.  We think of these combined efforts during Education Week, and thank everyone for their amazing dedication, patience, resilience, cooperation, and collaboration as we move forward toward brighter days ahead.

Bluewater District School Board is located on the traditional land of the Saugeen Ojibway Nation, which is represented by the communities of Saugeen First Nation and Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation.
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