Dallas Hulkovich and Brooklyn Carl

New student union executive elected, more medals on track

William E. Hay Composite High School in Stettler congratulates the newly elected…

Grad this weekend, don’t miss “night of bands”

This Saturday, May 29 is the Wm. E. Hay 2010 grad ceremonies.…

“Well done” for culinary awards

The band students returned from their trip to New York on May…

May has been a busy month at Wm. E. Hay

Mrs. Schlarbaum’s cosmetology students, along with a few drama students had a theatrical makeup artist come to the school on Monday, May 10 for an in-service.

Wildcat Theatre wins awards

On Thursday, April 22 Wildcat Theatre students travelled to Ponoka to enter their play into the Zone 4E High School One-Act Play Festival. Dallas Hulkovich directed “The Brute” by Anton Chekhov.

Two trips planned to Red Deer College to help students make informed choices

On Wednesday, April 28, all of our grade 9 students will be travelling to Red Deer College to attend a junior achievement session called “The Economics of Success”.

Young politician visits Wm. E. Hay

The leader of the Wildrose Alliance, Danielle Smith, visited the high school on Friday afternoon and spoke with students of Mr. Humphreys’ Social 30 classes.

Student union’s April 1 prank had a chocolaty ending

Students are back from a relaxing and long spring break and a four day Easter weekend.
Teacher Advisor (TA)classes were in the Easter Spirit this past week.

A graduate’s business visited

This week we welcome Laura from our twin school in Sanitz, Germany. Laura will be staying with the Brus family for three months.

Much to do in a short time

This week has certainly been busy at Wm. E. Hay with basketball teams in playoffs and grade 9 teams in CARA. As holidays are dispersed throughout March, there is much to do in a short period of time.

Valentine’s dance not to be missed

The School Reach team, a competitive ‘trivia’ club that takes part in…

Info sessions on higher education

The semester has seen a very busy start.
On Feb. 16, a representative from Grant MacEwan College in Edmonton will be at Wm. E. Hay. All students are welcome to attend the session which will take place during flex time.

Hot chocolate and book combo made new heroes

Students at Wm. E. Hay are preparing to write final exams as semester one comes to a close this week. With that in mind, we would like to wish all those writing exams good luck.

Time for exams has arrived

As we start up after the holidays at the Wm. E Hay, we would like to extend congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Enyedy and the new addition to their family, a baby girl born on Dec. 29.

Host families needed

Best wishes to Mrs Lotoski’s student teacher Miss Denholm as she starts her teaching career wherever that may be. The French classes really enjoyed her teaching over the last nine weeks.

Exchange program with the twin school in Germany expanding this year

If you are a Grade 12 student or a parent of a Grade 12 student who is planning on attending a post secondary institution next year, plan on attending an information session on applying for scholarships and post-secondary funding Dec. 9 from 7 to 9 p.m. in room 115.

Informative session on health care careers

Health Discovery Day took place on Tuesday, December 1 at Stettler Hospital and Care Centre.

Christmas boxes are being filled

The school’s Grade 9 girls volleyball team has had an incredibly successful season. Saturday, Nov. 14, the girls won the gold medal in the CARA tournament in an intense, exciting final against Theresetta.

Portfolio presentations start next week, joint BBQ planned

For a second year, our Grade-12 students will begin gearing up for our portfolio presentation week, which will take place from November 16-19. Portfolio presentations are an exit requirement at Wm. E. Hay, and an excellent self-reflection tool that allows students to better understand the skills and abilities they have to offer potential employers, community organizations, or post-secondary institutions.

Students’ union organizes Hat Day as fundraiser for shelters, call for items to fill shoe boxes

This week the Be the Change Team was working towards making the community a more positive place by painting over the unsightly and discriminatory graffiti that covered the old swimming pool.