Report cards go home today

If your child does not bring their report card home, please feel free to contact our school to get a copy.

WILDCATS CORNER — Report cards go home today, April 20. If your child does not bring their report card home, please feel free to contact our school to get a copy. Also next Thursday, April 27, we will be having our last parent-teacher interviews for the year between 6:30 and 9 p.m. in our high school gym.

One acts are starting on Wednesday, May 10. Productions will be provided by the theatre arts students and the drama 20/30 class.

Band festival day is Wednesday, April 26 at 11 a.m. with solos and duets in the afternoon. The day will be concluded with the Jazz Guys. Archery also has a tournament that day in Smoky Lake.

There will be a parent information night on Internet Safety next Thursday, April 27 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Heartland Youth Centre. Please contact Stephanie Hadley at ACAA (403-742-3558) or Penny Warford with CARS (403-740-2775) for more information.

The school is looking for high school students interested in politics: Experience an insider’s view of the life of an MLA! Mr. Speakers MLA for a day is now open for registration. The program runs May 7 to 9. Transportation, meals and accommodations 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.


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