In a world of social media, there are a number of ways to connect with others and find common ground.
In this case, it means looking for the common threads in the life of a little-known school that offers kids the chance to swim in a school pool and spend time with their families.
In an exclusive interview with The Globe and Mail, a school spokeswoman says the new kids at Liberty Middle School are the first in the community to go to the pool and learn to swim, and she hopes it will lead to a deeper bond.
“We’re very excited about this because it gives us the opportunity to bring kids together that they may not otherwise have in the school system,” said Lisa DeGiorgio.
The school has about 70 students.
One of them, 14-year-old Zachary Gough, is a star student at Liberty, and it’s his first time at the pool.
Zachary has been learning to swim since he was about six months old, and has already made friends and made friends at the school.
It’s a chance for him to learn and have fun with other kids, and he’s eager to get back to the water.
“I think it’s a great way to help teach the younger kids about what life is really like,” Zachary said.
Liberty is one of several charter schools in Canada offering kids the opportunity for the opportunity of a lifetime.
In addition to the swim, kids at the two schools will also have a chance to meet new people and have a good time.
“The pool is great for the kids to relax and have that little bit of fun.
It also gives them the opportunity, as a child, to have that family bonding time that they never get to have in a normal school setting,” said DeGio.
She said kids at one of the schools can attend a class on sports, swim with a team of kids, have a party and have dinner at the nearby McDonalds.
“That’s something we’re looking forward to for our new students,” DeGios said.
The kids at both schools are not new to the school, and they’re excited about the opportunity.
“It’s going to be fun, we’ve been here before,” said 13-year, 16-year and 13- and 16-week-old Jacob Hildebrandt.
“But, we also know we’re just getting started, so it’s really important to have a little bit more experience before we start having that fun,” he added.
“And that’s something that we’re going to have to do.”
Jacob and his brother, 17-year old Nathan, have been swimming since they were six months.
Nathan says the pool is “really fun” and “just a great chance to hang out and have some fun.”
“It gives us that little spark to keep going, keep trying to make friends and try to keep making new friends,” Nathan said.
Nathan and his family also hope to build a community of like-minded kids.
“A lot of the kids here have families.
They have their own lives, their own jobs, they live in different areas.
So, there’s a lot of people in the world that have kids,” Nathan Hildebrandt said.
“So, we want to build that kind of community.”
The school will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the pool will open from 6:30 a.ms. to 6 p.ms., for all classes.