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Punjabi 11 video"Galti" won the Best video award at the First Punjabi Film Festival organized by Surrey School District!
This Video was showcased at Meri Awaaz/My Voice Domestic Violence Community forum that happened at SFU Surrey Campus.
Pachtava won the best film for Punjabi film festival 2015. directed by Manvir Singh Grewal and produced by Kindu Chahal, Kamaljit singh Bhullar,Bhawan Singh.
This was also showcased at Punjabi International Mother language festival 2016 as festival feature presentation.
LA Matheson welcoming Syrian Refugee Students
LA Matheson teachers were instrumental in pushing a grant approval for Indus Media Foundation, to facilitate Heritage and Culture amongst BC Schools.
Dhahan Literature youth prize was launched at LAM in March 2017. Punjabi 11-12 students in BC  could participate in the prestigious short story writing contest to win cash prizes.
Annie Ohana is one of six B.C. teachers who received a 2016-2017 Prime Minister’s Award for Teaching Excellence. Thirty-six teachers across the country were given certificates of excellence or achievement. Ohana received a certificate of achievement and $1,000, which she is reinvesting in her students. We are proud of her!
“How much content and competencies we as teachers can teach is not as important, but what’s important is how our kids are modelling empathy and compassion in their communities.  Academic excellence is achieved when our students are the very best human beings they can be,” said Gurpreet Kaur Bains upon receiving the Shakti Award for Academic Achievement.
Languages Teacher Mrs. Bains wins Award of Academic Excellence from Shakti Organization of BC.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Shakti Society honoured 16 women for both professional and personal achievements during its 15th annual Shakti Awards. The awards were presented by Shaki Society on Saturday, March 25, at Bollywood Banquet Hall in Surrey, B.C.
Gurpreet Kaur Bains, Languages Department head at L.A. Matheson Secondary, has used the resource in her classes to elevate lessons about Punjabi culture, history and language.
Annie Ohana, head of the Aboriginal Department at L.A. Matheson and social justice curriculum expert, added social justice understandings and connections to the project. Both she and Bains not only helped form a volunteer corps to assist with the Indus project, but serve as student leaders in bringing it to schools.
Karndeep Kaur Kular – Aakhri Saffar (The Last Journey)
o   School: LA Matheson Secondary, Surrey B.C.

o   Teacher: Gurpreet Kaur Bains

Sukhraman Kaur Lidder – Afsos (Repentence)
o   School: LA Matheson Secondary, Surrey B.C.

o   Teacher: Gurpreet Kaur Bains
Dhahan Youth Prize Punjabi literature Criteria
Matheson wins Mayor's $10,000 civic responsibility award.
Matheson wins Mayor's $10,000 civic responsibility award.
Matheson wins Mayor's $10,000 civic responsibility award.
Matheson wins $10,000 civic responsibility award.
Matheson wins Mayor's $10,000 civic reponsibility award.
Vimy Ridge Commemoration at LA Matheson
LA Matheson collaborates with Dhahan Prize to launch first Dhahan Youth Punjabi literature prize.
Session info
Time: 11/12/2019 6:36:34 PM
Host: AS76
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