VI Free Daily/PQB News editor Philip Wolf, back row, second from left, at Drinkwater Elementary in Duncan. (Photo submitted)

PQBeat: Food fights, favourite teachers, the back of the bus and more

Sharing memories as school returns for another year

The PQB News has launched a podcast, PQBeat (follow us here or you can also search ‘PQBeat’ on iTunes or the Podcast App on your iPhone).

For our latest installment, VI Free Daily/PQB News editor Philip Wolf and publisher Peter McCully share memories of long-ago school days (listen below). A transcript of the podcast will appear in Wednesday’s print issue of the PQB News. Share your own memories and photos here.

PQBeat · School Days – 9:9:20

MORE: Listen to past PQBeat podcasts here.

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The old school lunchbox of PQB News/VI Free Daily publisher Peter McCully. (Photo submitted)

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