Encounters with Canada chance not to be missed

Last week was a short week for students, and we hope everyone had an enjoyable May long weekend

Last week was a short week for students, and we hope everyone had an enjoyable May long weekend.

In sports, Nicole Philpot went to nationals for bowling, Roam Thorsteinsson won two bronze medals at world for Tae-kwon-do. In archery, Will Roberts and Jessa Heatherington will be traveling to Nashville, Tennessee at the end of July to compete with the top 16 shooters in Canada at the Worlds All Star Tournament.

Congratulations!

In other news, we would like to remind any Grade 10 students that the school is still looking for people to go on the trip for Encounters with Canada in the 2015/2016 school year. The trip to Ottawa is one week long and gives students the opportunity to explore different opportunities; so don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime trip. Please see Ms. Resch in the office for more information.

Be The Change would like to remind everyone about the hair drive coming up on June 12, and we’re inviting you to participate. If you would like to sign up or find out more, please visit: http://bethechangestettler.wix.com/hairdrive.

In a few weeks, the following students will have radio ads on Shine FM run for them as part of the Leaders Of Tomorrow segment: Kiersten Docherty, Stefan DuToit, Quinton VanStraten, David O’Donnell, Morgan VanDusen, Denver McComish, and Sierra Taylor. All of the students were very honored to be nominated.

That’s all for this week.

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