At the Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund (DWF), we encourage self-reflection, and we like to explore what the impact of Legacy Schools has been for youth each year. To help facilitate this, we have designed a fun, engaging, reflective tool for you to allow your students (either individually or as an entire class) to reflect on the most significant change they have experienced during their time in Legacy Schools. You can use these stories to encourage other educators and youth leaders to join Legacy Schools, to share with communities, for your own learning purposes, and to help DWF track impact throughout the country.

Below you will find a spot to answer three accessible questions that you can ask your students to help them tell a story. You are able to respond on behalf of individual student(s) as many times as you'd like or on behalf of an entire class. In both spots, you can also upload any files that you may want to pass along (e.g., a poster, photo, piece of art that accompanies these questions)

Submissions will go straight to DWF and be used to help us tell the collective story of what students throughout the country said changed most for them.

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* 1. Are you submitting responses for individual students or for an entire class?