Registration now open for Mr. Speaker’s MLA for a Day

Thank you to all who contributed to the Grade 8 annual Renaissance Fair and Global Tourist Day hosted by Students’ Union.

WILDCATS’ CORNER — Thank you all staff, students, and parents who contributed to the Grade 8 annual Renaissance Fair and Global Tourist Day hosted by Students’ Union. Each TA class had a country they provided facts about, decorating their room in that nationality and bringing a food item representing that country; students toured around to each class filling their passports for prizes. The winner of the Global Tourist Day passport activity was Abby Spencer. Congratulations, Abby! She won a $15 gift certificate to the Jewel Theatre.

Students’ Union will also be hosting Spring Carnival on April 13 from 5 to 8 p.m. More information will be coming soon. The Stettler Wildcats rugby team is up and running with their weekly practices. Graduation photos will be happening on March 28 and 29.

The school is looking for high school students interested in politics experience an insider’s view of the life of an MLA! Mr. Speaker’s MLA for a Day gives high school students from grades 10 to 12 the chance to find out what it really means to be an MLA. Registration is open now and the program runs from May 7 to 9. Transportation, meals and accommodation are provided free of charge for successful applicants. Please see Ms. Resch for more details.

Are you entering or continuing studies in the field of agriculture or trades at a recognized post-secondary Canadian University or College? Stop by and see Ms. Resch for an application for the 2017 Agriculture or Trade Scholarship sponsored by the Rotary Club of Stettler.

Students are off all next week for Spring Break, March 25 to April 2, returning on Monday, April 3.

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