Bow Valley High School reaches new heights

Andrews, Natalie
October 2012
ATA News;10/23/2012, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p3
Academic Journal
The article recounts a Bow Valley High School (BVHS) Outdoor Leadership activity to hike up Larch Valley with Elisa Neven-Pugh, a Grade 11 student with cerebral palsy.


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