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2017 WINNING SAFETY POSTERS

Following the 2017 presentations, students were encouraged to illustrate the messages they learned. Hundreds of posters were submitted. Staff selected finalists from each grade and Thunder Bay Hydro Employees voted on the best illustrations of safety messaging in each grade.

Scroll down for a slide show of full sized images.  Congratulations goes to:

Sophia Campagna

Holy Family

Grade 3 1st Place

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Paige Towsley

Holy Family

Grade 3 2nd Place

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Clare Gallinger

Holy Family

Grade 3 3rd Place

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Mia Donato

Holy Cross

Grade 4 1st Place

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Kate Luu

Holy Cross

Grade 4 2nd Place

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Ali Hassan

Corpus Christi

Grade 4 3rd Place

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About the Program

Safety education, especially on the risks and hazards of electrical contacts, is a priority for Thunder Bay Hydro, both in-house and in the community.

Each year we present to over a thousand local elementary students in both Public and Separate school boards. The children learn about a variety of topics including:

  • Understanding where electricity comes from and how much we use it.
  • Understanding why electricity can be dangerous.
  • Practical tips to keep safe and recognize danger.

Our one hour in-school presentation combines video, interactive conversations and demonstrations of electrical contact on our Hazard Hamlet display neighbourhood.

If you are a parent whose child is entering grade three or four, talk to your child's teacher about having Thunder Bay Hydro come in during our spring presentations.

2018

Presentations will be scheduled on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays from mid April to mid May in 2018.

Please ensure that you discuss the booking with other teachers in Grade 3 & 4 to coordinate your school visit PRIOR to contacting Thunder Bay Hydro.

Packages will be sent to both school boards in Thunder Bay in early January.  Please email or call 343-1105 directly to request your presentation.