CHANGING BEFORE YOUR EYES: French immersion students at Oceanside Elementary School dressed up as Monarch butterflies last month and flapped their handmade wings down the halls of the school. The colourful display by the Kindergarten and Grade 1 classes was a demonstration of the insect’s annual migration to Mexico. See page A24 for another photo.

Butterflies at Oceanside Elementary

Students at Oceanside Elementary dressed up as Monarch butterflies last month and flapped their handmade wings down the halls of the school

  • Feb. 5, 2015 4:00 p.m.

CHANGING BEFORE YOUR EYES: French immersion students at Oceanside Elementary School dressed up as Monarch butterflies last month and flapped their handmade wings down the halls of the school. The colourful display by the Kindergarten and Grade 1 classes was a demonstration of the insect’s annual migration to Mexico. See page A24 for another photo.

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