Fall awards ceremony coming up on Oct. 9

Kids, get ready for your parents to be heading to the school for early intervention interviews/meet the teacher night.

It’s that time again.

Kids, get ready for your parents to be heading to the school for early intervention interviews/meet the teacher night. Due to renovations taking place, we will be asking students and parents to head to the Stettler Legion Hall for interviews from 6:30 to 9:30, on Wednesday, Oct. 7.

We will be recognizing our students on Friday, Oct. 9, with our annual Wm. E. Hay Fall Awards ceremony. The evening will start at 7 p.m., and come to an end at 9 p.m., after all students attending are recognized for their achievements. The honors lists for last year have been posted in the high school.

Due to generous contributions from community members, organizations, and businesses, last year we were able to recognize 148 students with pins, plaques, medals, certificates, and scholarships totaling over $80,000.

As September is coming to a close, we are asking all students who are driving to school and planning on parking in the high school parking lot, to register their vehicles with Constable Yome. Registration forms are located in the office for you to fill out. You will receive a parking pass which will need to be visible in order to park within the high school parking lot.

The “Breakfast for Learning” program is once again starting up and will be running out of the Parish Hall. Staff and students will be able to receive a free breakfast every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, starting at 8 a.m. and running until 8:45 a.m.

Due to the large success of our tutorial room last year, we will continue to offer the service to students needing help with their homework, or who are looking for a quiet place to work on assignments during lunch hours. In order to offer as much help as possible, there will always be a staff member in the tutorial room. We will also be continuing the math tutorial room, which will be held Thursdays at lunch time in Mrs. Klevgaard’s room.

That’s all this week for Wm. E. Hay’s updates. Join us next week for more news on what’s going on at our school.

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