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Mount Elizabeth Grade Nine student Tristan Hall with his robot he made in the MEMSS robotics class that was started this year.
Clare Rayment/Kitimat Northern Sentinel

No ‘bots’ about it: Mount Elizabeth’s new robotics classes a hit

Move over, WALL-E, there are new robots in town thanks to the students at MEMSS

Courtney Preyser is a music teacher and librarian for several schools in Kitimat, and her passion for music and literacy shows in her work. (Clare Rayment)

In Our Valley: Courtney Preyser

Preyser grew up with a passion for music and literacy, which shows in her work and life everyday

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