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Indigenous Community Thoughtexchange

Attention Indigenous Students, Parents/Guardians and Communities

As you may know, we are using Thoughtexchange to hear from our communities about how we can improve distance learning and supports for students during the school closure.

Thoughtexchange is an online engagement tool that can crowdsource a community’s answers to questions, in real time.

HWDSB is excited to offer a Thoughtexchange opportunity for Indigenous students, parents/caregivers, and communities until the end of the day on Friday, June 26. This conversation will ask the following questions:

We want to know how you are doing. What are you worried about in terms of the pandemic and for the future?

Are there things that are going well, if so, what are they? Are there creative solutions you have found to overcome obstacles during the pandemic? Please share.

Where do we go from here? What do you need? What would you like to see happen? 

Families, please consider sharing this opportunity with your child so that we can learn more about your individual and collective experiences of distance learning and coping through daily life during the pandemic.

We are sending the Thoughtexchange link to families via SchoolMessenger instead of to your child(ren) because we want you to be able to consent to their participation.

Updated on Tuesday, June 09, 2020.
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