Our school’s logo was designed and created by a local T’Sou-ke Nation Artist, the amazingly talented Jordanna George! This logo was specifically made for our wonderful little school. Below is Jordanna’s inspiration and purpose behind the new logo!
I chose to depict salmon using formline shapes because of how important salmon are to traditional T’Sou-ke life, and because I remember learning about salmon life cycles as a student at Saseenos. I wanted to include one large salmon and two small ones not just for composition, but also to show how important a sense of community and mentorship is in any learning environment. I also found a bit of humour in it, with a group of fish being called a “school”.