Grade 9 students Sean Dennis and Calli McNeil work on a unit on how to properly tie a tie in Business 10 class. The unit has been a traditional one with grade 9s and 10s for a number of years.

Students back in class and learning the art of tieing a tie

Grade 9 students Sean Dennis and Calli McNeil work on a unit on how to properly tie a tie in Business 10 class.

School was back to normal  after Labour Day despite ongoing renovations to the building shell at Charles Hays Secondary School.  With the usual natural light blocked by plywood, grade 9 students Sean Dennis and Calli McNeil work on a unit on how to properly tie a tie in Business 10 class.  The unit has been a traditional one with grade 9 and 10 students for a number of years.

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