Rainbow Cross Walk at Seycove Secondary
Have you heard about the Seycove rainbow cross walk? If not, please take a look at the North Shore news article: http://www.sd44.ca/Pages/newsitem.aspx?ItemID=477&ListID=d00680b1-9ba1-4668-9328-d82dd27dacd4&TemplateID=Announcement_Item

The rainbow colours are a symbol to the LGBTQ community, first appearing in 1978. Each colour stands for something different. Red means life, orange stands for feeling, yellow for sunlight, green for nature, blue for serenity/harmony, and violet for spirit (https://www.kelownanow.com/watercooler/news/news/Kelowna/15/08/19/Meaning_of_Kelowna_s_Rainbow_Crosswalks_Misinterpreted/).

Members of the Gender and Sexuality Alliance club have been fundraising and working hard to organize this; we would like to hear your opinion about the rainbow cross walk. Please take a minute to complete the online survey. The survey contains 1 question and a comment section.

Thank you for your participation! The online survey closes Friday, May 18, 2018.

Do you support the Seycove rainbow cross walk
Comments - please share why or why not
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