Let the kids at Kamloops Christian know if you find their poppyrocks

The students in Alyssa Bouchie's Grade1/2 class placed their rocks along the path on McArthur Island for people to remember and enjoy — and post photos on social media.

Students in Alyssa Bouchie’s Grade 1/2 class at Kamloops Christian School painted poppy rocks while on a recent wonderwalk in advance of Remembrance Day, which will be commemorated on Nov. 11.

They placed their rocks along the path on McArthur Island for people to remember and enjoy.

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Stephanie Beresh, the class’s certified education assistant, said the kids would love to see people who came across the poppy rocks to post their finds on social media, using the hashtags #poppyrocks and #kcswonderwalks.

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