The Luseland School is currently hosting exchange students from Montreal. 

A total of 24 students and teachers from Montreal are spending the week with the grade 10 and 11s from Luseland School.

The west central students showed their visitors a crash course on harvest, livestock exchange, and the world's largest tomahawk in Cut Knife among other things. 

Also included on the trip was a game of bones in Macklin, horse riding lessons and a trip to North Battleford to the Allan Sapp Gallery and Western Development Museum.

world's largest tomahawk The exchange students visited the World's largest tomahawk in Cut Knife over the weekend. Photo via Luseland School Facebook page. 

The Luseland students will be heading to Montreal in October as part of the exchange program. 

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