A good first race of the year

Wednesday, Sept. 23, the Grade 3 classes watched Alberta’s International Space Station event live on our smartboards. Dr. Robert Thirsk and the other astronauts aboard the space station answered questions asked by students from Vulcan, Alberta.

Well done - Stettler Elementary cross country team did a great job in competing at their first race of the year and made their coaches proud.

Wednesday, Sept. 23, the Grade 3 classes watched Alberta’s International Space Station event live on our smartboards. Dr. Robert Thirsk and the other astronauts aboard the space station answered questions asked by students from Vulcan, Alberta.

It was really interesting to listen to the answers given by the astronauts and cool to know that it was all happening as we watched.

Stettler Elementary School held its annual Terry Fox Run on Friday, Sept. 25.

The weather was beautiful, and many families joined in as we travelled around the school track.

The run topped off a day filled with exciting activities, like a sock hop at recess, and a donut and juice snack.

The Stettler Elementary School Cross Country team travelled to Wetaskiwin on Saturday, for their first cross country race.

The Grade 2/3 girls finished first in their division, with top finisher Reece Frank coming in fifth. The Grade 2/3 boys finished in fourth place, with top finisher Grady Jackson in thirteenth place. The Grade 4/5 boys came in second place overall with Paul DuTiot coming in seventh place.

The Grade 4/5 girls also came in second place in their division with Abagail Spencer placing seventh. Overall, Stettler Elementary School placed third.

Coaches Ms. Jodie Limpert, Mrs. Kim Poapst, and Mr. Stefan Olafson were very proud of the results and their entire team’s effort.

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