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Explosive situation

Georgia Avenue Community School students Tanna Bellerose, left, Nick Charlton-Norton and Mason Connor watch a model of an underwater volcano with student teachers Tia Paulhus, second from left, and Carol Ryzak. Vancouver Island University education students hosted Learning Centres Day at the school Monday. The teachers-in-training set up learning centres designed to engage kindergarten to Grade 7 students’ interest in science, mathematics, fine arts and physical education. - Chris Bush photo
Georgia Avenue Community School students Tanna Bellerose, left, Nick Charlton-Norton and Mason Connor watch a model of an underwater volcano with student teachers Tia Paulhus, second from left, and Carol Ryzak. Vancouver Island University education students hosted Learning Centres Day at the school Monday. The teachers-in-training set up learning centres designed to engage kindergarten to Grade 7 students’ interest in science, mathematics, fine arts and physical education.
— image credit: Chris Bush photo
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