On Tuesday night Many Faces Principal Mark Lucas was on hand to present events and what the school is about to the Board of Trustees. Leading into the presentation Luca asked the Board and attending media to visit menti.com, enter a pass code and enter seven things that came to mind when they thought of Many Faces School. The word splash they created was inspiring to see that they have a common perception and feeling about the school Lucas said. The staff at the school are striving to break any negative stereotypes one may have and thus trying to create Many Faces as an alternative school. Lucas said his staff are fantastic, meeting every morning supporting each other to think outside the box. The school has more that seventy percent Indigenous students so they are working on offering some Indigenous studies. They offer the opportunity to smudge in the school any time and often students are out of the classroom making connections in the community. A hot lunch is offered daily and is open to the public. Many Faces is creating relationships with the students for 21st century learning.