Coffee houses are open to community

This week was exciting and eventful at Wm E. Hay.

Hannah McKay

Wildcat Corner

This week was exciting and eventful at Wm E. Hay.

On Monday and Tuesday, Grade 9 and 10 students had the opportunity to participate in Challenge Days, when students get to learned more about their fellow classmates and were brought closer together.

Students who have participated have said that it is definitely life changing and a great opportunity for students. They participated in activities such as “If you really knew me” and “Walk the Line”.

Thank you to everyone, especially members of the community, for making this day possible!

Last Friday was the first monthly Coffee House and was surely a success. There were a variety of performances including singing, dancing, and improv.

A reminder that coffee houses are open for the community to watch so come and support our students.

Once again we would like to remind students that the next session of drivers’ training is coming up on November 1, 8, and 15. Upon completion of the course, you will receive three credits toward your high school diploma, so sign up in the office.

Also last week the Wildcat Football team beat Ponoka 44-22 and the JV Boys Volleyball team won three out of four games again Lacombe, great job guys!

As for clubs, Jazz Band has started up on Thursdays at lunch, feel free to join for some great music! We hope to see everyone there!

Mass will also take place on Oct. 17 at 9am at Christ-King Catholic Church. Stay tuned Stettler!

Classroom Sneak Peak

Taking a look into the Grade 1 classroom, our Grade 1s are learning about being thankful, the life cycle of the pumpkin, and the purpose of a scarecrow, along with their ABCs and 123s.

That’s all for this week.

 

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