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Generations Can Connect:
Honouring Our Elders


Deadline Friday, November 28, 2003
Eligibility Entries may be from students in First Nation schools or from Native students in provincial schools.
Prizes High School $100
Junior High $75
Upper Elementary (Grade 4 - 6)$50
Early Elementary (K - Grade 3) $50

All participants will be winners! They will be recognized by being published on the internet, and will receive a certificate and small prize.

Submit to Atlantic Canada's First Nation Help Desk
E-mail: contests@firstnationhelp.com

47 Maillard Street, Sydney, NS B1S 2P5
Phone (toll free): 1-877-484-7606 or 567-0842, Fax: 902 567-0337

Submissions are preferred in electronic medium format. Teachers who submit work electronically will have their names entered into a special prize draw!

Rules

Students will be "reporters" going to elders, bringing back their stories.

Selection of the winning entries will be based on richness of content, style, and presentation.

Resources

Classes that participate in the project will have done most of the work required to receive funding ($300) from Industry Canada's "Generations CanConnect" program.

http://schoolnet.ca/grassroots/gcc/about/gcc_e.asp

To ensure that your class meets the GCC criteria, it is suggested that:

  • stories be between 150 - 300 words
  • each story should be supported by a photograph, audio, or video clip

The Help Desk is a partner in the GrassRoots program and is responsible for receiving applications, helping classes meet the necessary requirements, approving projects, and making payments to the schools. Up to 40 projects from First Nation schools in the Atlantic region may be funded through February, 2004. For more details, contact us after visiting
http://www.schoolnet.ca/grassroots.

The GrassRoots Program (including Generations CanConnect) is funded by Industry Canada through SchoolNet.