Badminton is upcoming

Last weekend in sports, there was a home tournament for the senior Wildcats basketball teams on Friday and Saturday.

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Last weekend in sports, there was a home tournament for the senior Wildcats basketball teams on Friday and Saturday. Both teams finished second in the tournament. Good work teams!

Last Wednesday night the JV boys played against the Hunting Hills Cougars. The game ended with a win for the Cougars. Keep working Wildcats!

Any students interested in playing badminton can sign up in the office with Ms. Resch. Also, any archers interested in attending provincials can talk to Ms. Resch about registration and fees.

In school clubs, Be The Change is reminding everyone in the Town of Stettler that you can donate to build a well and provide water sanitation in third world countries. Our goal is to raise $6250, so if you’re interested, please donate at the high school office or online at http://wellchallenge.wix.com/stettler

Some of the more artistic students are working with the Town of Stettler, which is sponsoring a competition with a prize for students to produce a poster that advertises the Earth week cleanup in April.

That’s all for this week!

 

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