The English/Drama class that produced Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.

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This week, in sports, track and tennis are beginning.  Watch for our athletes practicing outside on the courts, track or throwing field.

In other news, the English/Drama class performed their version of Shakespere’s Twelfth Night on Wednesday May 6 and Thursday May 7. It was a success and everyone thoroughly enjoyed the performance. Congratulations to everyone involved for a great show.

Also, we would like to remind everyone that the hair drive is coming up on June 12. If you would like to sign up or find out more, please visit Be The Change would also like to remind everyone that the “Well Challenge” is still in action, and encourages you to donate.

May is Grad month. Preparations are underway as the Grade 12s have been practising their grand march, the decorating committee has been working hard and the Saturday Grad Committee is prepping all speeches and songs. Tickets are available at the high school office.  A reminder that grad is at 4:30 p.m. on May 23.  With grad approaching that also means that exams are just around the corner.  We began this week with the Grade 9s all writing their first part of their Language Arts 9 PAT.  More exams to come in June; watch the school website for an exam schedule. With exams comes the thought of scholarships.  Many scholarships are available and go unapplied for.  Contact Student Services to find out more about scholarships.

Students have Thursday May 14 off as the teachers have a PD day and everyone has the 15 off in lieu of interviews.

Hopefully everyone has a restful May long weekend!

That’s all for this week!


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