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Reaching out to River Heights
Why does it matter that we have a GSA?
Members of Kelvin's Spectrum asked this question of Grade 8 students at River Heights during their presentation on June 1. The Spectrum students shared the rationale for having GSAs in schools, the importance of creating a safe, accepting community, and the many activities Spectrum has initated and supported to promote awareness - and to have fun.
Spectrum plans a return visit in the fall to support students wanting to form a GSA and to encourage Grade 8s at Kelvin for shops classes to drop by. Spectrum meets every Thursday at lunch in Rm. 47 and welcomes all students.
"You don't have to be gay to join GSA!"