Quinn Leighton gets a helping hand from Adrianna DeChamp during a unit on how to tie a Windsor knot in Aboriginal Entrepreneurship at Charles Hays Secondary. In addition to how to dress in a business-like manner

Charles Hays students learn how to tie

Quinn Leighton gets a helping hand from Adrianna DeChamp during a unit on how to tie a Windsor knot.

Quinn Leighton gets a helping hand from Adrianna DeChamp during a unit on how to tie a Windsor knot in Aboriginal Entrepreneurship at Charles Hays Secondary. In addition to how to dress in a business-like manner, students in the class just finished a unit where they ran a student canteen. One of the original mandates of the program when developed by the Paul Martin aboriginal education initiative was that students learn to give back to their communities. First year teacher Aja Lihou and students will be donating a portion of their earnings to a local charity just before Christmas.

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