LETTERS: Educational experience

Editor:

The staff at Jessie Lee Elementary thanks our community for their support during our strike action.

Editor:

The staff at Jessie Lee Elementary thanks our community for their support during our strike action.

The waves, horn honks, encouraging comments and donations of snacks truly warm our hearts and keep us motivated.

We welcome the public to drop by the picket lines and ask us to tell you our stories and ask us questions about our concerns regarding the public education system.

Monica Grant and fellow staff of Jessie Lee Elementary, Surrey

 

 

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