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August 15, 2020

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Students collaborate to build grassroots learning tool

Students from Maples Met School and Sisler High School are collaborating with a University of Winnipeg team to build ToyBox, a learning tool for children and parents. (From left to right, back to front) Andrei Cabungcal, Jershon Pascua, Kristen Blatta, project leader Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk, Brian Guevarra, Meagan Nenka, Jose Lorenzo Ortiz, Madison Kehler, Mikaila Collins, and Herlinda Dalayoan. (Photo taken before COVID-19 pandemic; some members missing.)

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Students from Maples Met School and Sisler High School are collaborating with a University of Winnipeg team to build ToyBox, a learning tool for children and parents. (From left to right, back to front) Andrei Cabungcal, Jershon Pascua, Kristen Blatta, project leader Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk, Brian Guevarra, Meagan Nenka, Jose Lorenzo Ortiz, Madison Kehler, Mikaila Collins, and Herlinda Dalayoan. (Photo taken before COVID-19 pandemic; some members missing.)

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