National Flag Day at Pius XII

Pius XII students and staff are proud to be Canadian and celebrate National Flag Day by wearing red, white or a Canadian maple leaf. Front Row (L-R): Shannon Moxam (Care and Development), Zoey Roque (Gr.3), Brady Hack-McMahon (JK), Ivano Gianfrancesco (Gr.2), Sebastian Parent (Gr.2) Back Row (L-R): Mrs. Theriault (Educational Assistant), Aidan Gummerson (Gr.4), Matthew Davis (Gr. 7), Carter Hart (Gr.5), Tianna Earl (Gr.5), Rachel Ransberry (Gr.6), Madison Kotyluk (Gr.7), Elisabeth Woolsey (Gr.4)

February 15, 2013 - Pius XII Catholic Elementary School celebrate National Flag Day. Flag Day is marked annually February 15, ever since the flag first flew over Parliament Hill in Ottawa in 1965. As part of Spirit Week, the students and staff entered the school wearing red, white and maple leafs, representing the Canadian flag. Vice Principal, Tina Timpano says that 'we just want people to take a moment and recognize the flag, a sign that gives us peace and unity and to be proud Canadians." A special thank you to Private Scott Barbe, who brought a Canadian Flag to Pius school to be displayed at the main office.



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