Students lead the way in African Nova Scotian history school projects

Grade five students preserved a shelf from the old school building that was torn down and transformed the unit into a showcase of African Nova Scotian history. (Paul Hollingsworth/CTV) Grade five students preserved a shelf from the old school building that was torn down and transformed the unit into a showcase of African Nova Scotian history. (Paul Hollingsworth/CTV)

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