Excitement was high at Ponoka Elementary School’s (PES’s) monthly assembly April 30 as the school unveiled its new logo, 18 months in the making. Principal Tim Bowman, left said PES wanted to replace its old logo of three yellow blocks because, “We’d like to get a little more modern and connect ourselves a little bit more to Ponoka.” Centre is Grade 1 teacher Cindy McLaren next to the school’s mascot Colt. Photo by Emily Jaycox

Ponoka Elementary School’s new logo was unveiled April 30

New logo more connected to Ponoka

By Emily Jaycox

New logo more connected to Ponoka

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