$2 a hat on Friday at William E Hay High School

By Justina Nibourg

This week is going to be busy for students.

Curling has started and there are many curlers who are excited for the school season to start again.

On Tuesday, the Physics 30s are going to the U of A to do some experiments.

On Wednesday, the Physics 20s are going to West Edmonton Mall to collect data from the rides and then experience the rides they have learn about.

This year the students’ union has decided the make a wish wall; this is where every student will have a chance to write down their wish for Christmas or New Year and it will be posted on a wall for everyone to read.

Friday, Dec. 17 is Hat Day where the students can wear their hat for two dollars.

Also on Friday, students are invited to wear the ugliest sweater they can find. I think that the best for students (and teachers!) will be at 2:10 on Friday.

Tune in next year to read what’s happening.

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