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Ray Shepherd Elementary principal John Morrison launches the school’s parent advisory council chair, Michelle Bate, at the official unveiling of new playground gear at the South Surrey school last week, as students cheer her on. - Dan Ferguson photo
Ray Shepherd Elementary principal John Morrison launches the school’s parent advisory council chair, Michelle Bate, at the official unveiling of new playground gear at the South Surrey school last week, as students cheer her on.
— image credit: Dan Ferguson photo

Ray Shepherd Elementary principal John Morrison launches the school’s parent advisory council chair, Michelle Bate, at the official unveiling of new playground gear at the South Surrey school last week, as students cheer her on.

Ray Shepherd Elementary parents raised $24,000 to upgrade the playground with heavy-duty swings.

 

 

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