Cosmetology, mechanics classes take their talents to Stettler community

Students at William E. Hay Composite High School are beginning to prepare for client services in the cosmetology and mechanics classes.

The new Outdoor Education class at William E. Hay reached great heights during an overnight trip that tested the students’ survival skills.

Students at William E. Hay Composite High School are beginning to prepare for client services in the cosmetology and mechanics classes.

The cosmetology 2.1 and 3.1 students have started their hair-cutting and are expecting clients in two weeks.

Call to make an appointment at 403-742-2523.

The mechanics classes will begin auto-detailing, as well as oil and grease jobs, as of next week. The cost is $20, plus parts needed.

Also, the 1.1 and 2.1 mechanics classes need small engines to take apart and put together in auto modules. If you have any small engines you would like to donate, it would be much appreciated.

On Sept. 18, the golf team placed eighth at the zone championships in Red Deer, and the star player was Kieran Rost, who shot an 87.

All the golfers did an excellent job of representing William E. Hay. Congratulations, boys!

The Outdoor Education trip this past weekend was a big success.

Outdoor Education is a new class offered outside of school. The weather was perfect.

The students demonstrated terrific survival skills. One group even slept the night in their homemade shelter.

The eight-kilometre hike was a good challenge, with great views at the top. The fire ranger even invited the group into his lookout tower and showed them around.

Challenge Days are coming to William E. Hay and the dates have been set. The high school will host out fifth year of Challenge Days on Nov. 28 and 29. Stay tuned for more details.

Last year’s grades 9 to 11 honours recipients will be recognized during a breakfast on Oct. 2 at the Stettler Community Hall. Invitations have been mailed home to all honours recipients. Congratulations!

Speaking of awards, the annual fall awards ceremony is scheduled for next Friday, Oct. 5, in the Performing Arts Centre. Presentations will be made to the Grade 12 Rutherford scholarship recipients, along with the scholarship and award-winners in grades 9, 10, 11 and 12.

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