Remember students with contribution to time capsule

People in Sylvan Lake who know current Grade 9 students at École H. J. Cody High School are being asked to help

People in Sylvan Lake who know current Grade 9 students at École H. J. Cody High School are being asked to help them with an exciting time capsule project.

Teacher Kelsey Wilson is organizing the project for the second year in a row. The idea is for students to write to each other and collect letters from friends and family to put into the capsule that will be opened on their graduation day in June 2016.

“This is a project that the staff hopes will become a tradition at H. J. Cody, and anyone in the community who knows a Grade 9 student is encouraged to drop off letters or notes at the school’s main office,” Wilson said. “Submission will be accepted until tomorrow (June 28).

Those writing could be current employers, family friends, or others who know the young people.

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