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This episode of the podcast will take listeners on an audio tour of Life at St. John Paul II. The grade 12 Recreation and Healthy Active Leadership class will be reflecting on their time at SJPII by looking at everyday life and the little things, councils and clubs, sports and teams and events as they have experienced them during their time at Pope. This tour is a representation of our journey and life as we experienced it at SJPII.  What makes Pope so unique is that everyone’s experience can be so different and yet we can all come together and embrace what will always keep us connected, being part of the Panther family!This episode also features Staff Stories from Ms. Forester and Ms. Anderson. Staff Moderator: Ms. MacLeanOn Air Contributors: The students of our PLF4M1 class from Quad 4.Tales from the Trail Theme Song:music written by: Sophia Arellano   produced by: Sophia Arellano and Marylou DavidStaff Stories theme song:music written by: Marylou David produced by Marylou David and Sophia Arellanolyrics written by: Sophia Arellano and Marylou David  spoken intro: Chiara Alcantara, Anais Edisane
This episode of the podcast will take listeners on an audio tour of Life at St. John Paul II. The grade 12 Recreation and Healthy Active Leadership class will be reflecting on their time at SJPII by looking at everyday life and the little things, councils and clubs, sports and teams and events as they have experienced them during their time at Pope. This tour is a representation of our journey and life as we experienced it at SJPII.  What makes Pope so unique is that everyone’s experience can be so different and yet we can all come together and embrace what will always keep us connected, being part of the Panther family!This episode also features Staff Stories from Ms. Forester and Ms. Anderson. Staff Moderator: Ms. MacLeanOn Air Contributors: The students of our PLF4M1 class from Quad 4. Tales from the Trail Theme Song:music written by: Sophia Arellano   produced by: Sophia Arellano and Marylou DavidStaff Stories theme song:music written by: Marylou David produced by Marylou David and Sophia Arellanolyrics written by: Sophia Arellano and Marylou David  spoken intro: Chiara Alcantara, Anais Edisane
In this episode, we talk about Mental health and wellness. Today, we have a special guest who talks to us about wellness and ways you can cope with mental health issues. We hope you learn something from this episode!This episode features Staff Stories about Ms. Truong and Mr. Reyes. Staff Moderators: Ms. Silliker and Ms. PintoOn Air Contributors: Jeff, Zeeshan, Tharshaon, Jeniisha, Sanjna, Ms. MacLeanProduction: Jeff, Zeeshan, Tharshaon, Jeniisha, SanjnaTales from the Trail Theme Song:music written by: Sophia Arellano   produced by: Sophia Arellano and Marylou DavidStaff Stories theme song:music written by: Marylou David produced by Marylou David and Sophia Arellanolyrics written by: Sophia Arellano and Marylou David  spoken intro: Chiara Alcantara, Anais Edisane
This is a BONUS episode as it is the ISP for one of the PODCAST students Shajahi Ramesh-Rajasingham. In this episode we interview Martino and Jordan, who are grade 12 students at pope, and ask them for their advice on how to survive at pope! They provide us with so many tips surrounding Organization, getting involved and so much more! Staff Moderator: Mr. Wetzel ; Ms. DavidOn Air Contributors: Jordan, Martino and ShajahiProduction: Shajahi Ramesh-RajasinghamThis episode features Staff Stories about Ms. Passafiume and Mr. WetzelTales from the Trail Theme Song:music written by: Sophia Arellano   produced by: Sophia Arellano and Marylou DavidStaff Stories theme song:music written by: Marylou David produced by Marylou David and Sophia Arellanolyrics written by: Sophia Arellano and Marylou David  spoken intro: Chiara Alcantara, Anais Edisane
In light of the recent racist and discriminative injustices towards the BIPOC community, in this episode of Tales From the Trails, students have a meaningful and open discussion, about their feelings, experiences and stances on the issue. Topics like the George Floyd verdict, culture appropriation and even the importance of leveling the “racial playing field'' are heavily talked about in this segment. As recurring as this event is, it unfortunately isn’t talked about often, especially amongst the student body, which is what makes today’s episode even more significant and profound. This episode also features the Staff Stories for Ms. Ferreira. Staff Moderators: Mr. D'Souza, Ms. King, Ms. DavidOn Air Contributors: Sylara E. Soares-Bassaragh, Rajan Roberts, Katie Carmichael, Naomi Isabage, Arany Arulnesarasa ales from the Trail Theme Song:music written by: Sophia Arellano   produced by: Sophia Arellano and Marylou DavidStaff Stories theme song:music written by: Marylou David produced by Marylou David and Sophia Arellanolyrics written by: Sophia Arellano and Marylou David  spoken intro: Chiara Alcantara, Anais Edisane
In today’s episode, Tales From the Trail discusses everything cyber-bullying, from its definition to its consequences and even the question “Why does it happen?” The students of St. John Paul II additionally share a series of personal connections to the topic of cyber-bullying. This episode of Tales from the Trail focuses on the topic of cyberbullying. We, students of SJPII, indulge in a discussion which revolves around the reasons, consequences, and stigma around cyberbullying as well as share our personal experiences as a means of raising awareness. This discussion follows suit with a list of resources one can turn to when faced with cyberbullying.In addition the Staff Stories will feature Ms. MacLean and Ms. Morale. Staff Moderators: Ms. King and Ms. ForesterOn Air Contributors: Sylara E. Soares-Bassaragh, Sona Shaji, Mikaela Louise Lacerona, Arani Suganthan, Kavin ThankeswaranPost Production: Alexander ManaloTales from the Trail Theme Song:music written by: Sophia Arellano   produced by: Sophia Arellano and Marylou DavidStaff Stories theme song:music written by: Marylou David produced by Marylou David and Sophia Arellanolyrics written by: Sophia Arellano and Marylou David  spoken intro: Chiara Alcantara, Anais Edisane
Feminism. Something we’ve all heard about, but might not completely understand. We define  the movement and debunk some of the misconceptions you may have heard about feminism. Listen in and discover the issues regarding women and feminism, stories that will show how women around the world and the ones in SJPII see the world.This episode also includes a STAFF STORIES segment featuring Ms. David. Staff Moderators: Ms. Silliker and Ms. CarlseOn Air Contributors: Leah Welch, Pramithy Krishnan, Katherine Carmichael and Arany ArulnesarasaProduction Contributors: Elena May Bihag and Jolene ArcaPost Production: Jeff Kaushal and Peyola LawrenceTales from the Trail Theme Song:music written by: Sophia Arellano   produced by: Sophia Arellano and Marylou DavidStaff Stories theme song: music written by: Marylou David produced by Marylou David and Sophia Arellanolyrics written by: Sophia Arellano and Marylou David  spoken intro: Chiara Alcantara, Anais Edisane
During today’s episode we dive into the male perspective on feminism. Answering questions like, can men be feminists? Spoiler yes they can. We talk about all the things that can contribute to feminism and the obvious and less obvious differences in the everyday life of men and women. Be prepared, this is a good one. Hope you enjoy.We also have a chat with Ms. Regimbal learning about the swim team, the library and some good books to read. Staff Mods: Mrs. Silliker and Ms RegimbalOn Air: Shajahi, Mr. Wetzel, Mr. Mandrozos, RathusanProduction: Pramithy, Katie, ShajahiTales from the Trail Theme Song: music written by: Sophia Arellano   produced by: Sophia Arellano and Marylou DavidStaff Stories theme song: music written by: Marylou David produced by Marylou David and Sophia Arellanolyrics written by: Sophia Arellano and Marylou David  spoken intro: Chiara Alcantara, Anais Edisane
In this episode, we talk about what mental health means to us and the struggles that we face on a day to day basis. We talk about the stigma around opening up for help when one isn’t in the greatest state of mind and briefly touch on our own personal experiences.Also, our Getting To Know breaks will feature Ms. Robertson and Mr. Hackett. On Air: Stesha, Vidyut, Jeniishaa, Tharshaon and ZeeshanStaff: Ms. Vigliatore; Ms. Pinto, Ms. Ramalho, Ms. Silliker
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