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On May 1 School District No. 46 hosted a thank you tea to honour the community members who gave generously to make over 120 scholarships and bursaries available this year. Superintendent of Schools Patrick Bocking said donations from the community made close to $200,000 available for qualifying graduates in 2014. “We thank you so much,” Bocking said. “Our students are well prepared academically and socially and with your help they are financially prepared as well.” Head of the vice principals and principals association, Mark Heidebrecht, told the crowd gathered, “you make our students’ dreams become reality,” and he thanked everyone for their support. The event was held at Chatelech Secondary School and catered by the talented Sunshine Coast Alternative School students enrolled in the culinary arts program.
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