Students provide feedback to TLDSB at Student Voice Summit
A group of Grade 7 – 10 students from Bracebridge, Gravenhurst, Haliburton, and Huntsville schools were invited to participate in the first ever Director’s Student Voice Summit at the TLDSB Muskoka Education Centre on May 4.
The school board says the summit was another opportunity for students to have their voices heard by the director of education, Wes Hahn, and senior team members with respect to how the board can make learning in our schools more effective for current and future students.
The G7 Student Senate – elected by peers from each secondary school – took the lead on facilitating four activities.Another activity included a “Rainbow of Thoughts” that focused on student’s current experiences.
The school board says all participants provided open feedback and made new connections with students from other schools along the way.