An article in the April 28 issue of the ATA News incorrectly stated that a chalk drawing in honour of health-care and other front-line workers had been completed on a driveway in Calgary. In fact, the artwork is located in Brooks.
The ATA News apologizes for the error.
The drawing, co-created by Grade 9 student Kayla Wildschut, has since been expanded to include a local RCMP officer. The project is a response to a challenge called Quaranteens, which was issued via Instagram by a family school liaison worker employed by Grasslands Public Schools. ❚