Business plans in development

This week we would like to start off by congratulating the senior girls’ basketball team for a really great season.


This week we would like to start off by congratulating the senior girls’ basketball team for a really great season. On March 10, they travelled to Wetaskiwin for their second playoff game and ended up losing the game by 12 points. Great work ladies!

We would also like to announce that Dacia Gramlick, Will Hall, and Morgan Van Dusen are going to be representing our school in basketball for the senior bowl. The senior bowl is an event in which 2-4 players from each league attend to play some basketball with the other players. Also, badminton has now begun for grades 9-12. More information about that will come in later dates.

In School Reach, the league play is now complete. The Senior A team finished second and will compete in provincials in Red Deer on April 14. The Senior B team and Intermediate team finished fourth. Finally, if you would like to participate in Hunter Education on March 21 and 22 for two credits, please sign up in the office.

In the past week, the Social 10 classes have been designing their own transnational chocolate company considering issues of globalization. They will be in teams with different task associated to each position. The activity will culminate in them pitching their business to a panel of business owners from Stettler and area. We could use some assistance in getting some more panel members or guest speakers. They would need to be available between 12:30 and 1:30 on March 19 and 26. If you are interested, please let the school know.

Until March 31, Be The Change is still raising money for the #StettlerWellChallenge. If you would like to donate, please stop by the high school office or visit online. On March 17, 18, 24 and 25, students are participating in project week. We will update you on all the awesome projects in next week’s issue.

That’s all for this week.


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