In case you were wondering where the sign over the entrance at Barriere Secondary School (BSS) had gone, you will be glad to know it has been returned. Thank you to the school’s Aboriginal Education worker Don Bowser, and Wood and Metal Shop teacher Liam Fielding, for re-finishing the sign, and (as shown) placing it back where it belongs. (Barriere Secondary photo)

Barriere Secondary School sign returned

In case you were wondering where the sign over the entrance at Barriere Secondary School (BSS) had gone, you will be glad to know it has been returned. Thank you to the school’s Aboriginal Education worker Don Bowser, and Wood and Metal Shop teacher Liam Fielding, for re-finishing the sign, and (as shown) placing it back where it belongs.

(Barriere Secondary photo)

By Jill Hayward

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