Trustees continue to support opportunities in district schools to increase understanding of the impact of residential schools. Last month, Morinville Community High School learned about our elders' residential schooling experiences by reading their poetry. This was a moving experience for many students including Kaylee Taylor, who responded by creating an inspiring piece of artwork. Her artwork reflects "a wolf howling to represent the Elder being alone with no one to turn to for help, when they were at residential school. When the wolf is alone it cries out because it is longing for something."