MUSIC MONDAY Students in the Sooke School District play the ukelele (left) at The Q Centre in Colwood as part of Music Monday earlier this week. Roughly 2,300 SD62 students filled the arena to sing songs with communities across the country as a way to celebrate music in schools. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)

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More than 2,300 students filled The Q Centre yesterday

More than 2,300 students filled The Q Centre to celebrate Music Monday yesterday.


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MUSIC MONDAY Students in the Sooke School District play the ukelele at The Q Centre in Colwood as part of Music Monday earlier this week. Roughly 2,300 SD62 students filled the arena to sing songs with communities across the country as a way to celebrate music in schools. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)

MUSIC MONDAY Grade 5 Wishart Elementary school student Kelsey Pavesic performs at The Q Centre in Colwood as part of Music Monday earlier this week. Roughly 2,300 SD62 students filled the arena to sing songs with communities across the country as a way to celebrate music in schools. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)

MUSIC MONDAY Dunsmuir Middle School students Coral Lemay and Colton Gower perform at The Q Centre in Colwood as part of Music Monday earlier this week. Roughly 2,300 SD62 students filled the arena to sing songs with communities across the country as a way to celebrate music in schools. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)

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