Yesterday in Grade 8 Science, Ms. Hunt shared the teachings of the Medicine Wheel from an Anishinaabe cultural perspective. Together, she and her students explored connections to the environment and the water cycle.
She also taught her students about the four sacred medicines and talked about her experiences as a trained Fire Keeper with The First People’s House of Learning at Trent University.
As one of our new Associate Teachers in the Middle and Senior Schools this year, Ms. Hunt's B.Ed. degree from Trent specializes in Health and Physical Education and First Nations, Métis and Inuit Studies. With a holistic approach to education, she enjoys creating opportunities for students to respect our environment and learn from the land.