Fine Arts to host third annual gala on June 8

The Grade 12 students had a mock car accident last Thursday, May 18 to draw attention to drinking and driving.

WILDCATS’ CORNER — The Grade 12 students had a mock car accident last Thursday, May 18 to draw attention to drinking and driving. Graduation is this Saturday, May 26. Good luck and congratulations to all students of the graduating class of 2017!

Facebook, Instagram and Twitter maybe gone in 25 years, but a Wm. E. Hay yearbook of memories will last forever! Order your 2016-2017 yearbook today.

A lockable scooter rack is now available outside the main entrance between the main entrance and Performing Arts Centre (PAC). Bring your own padlock and you can lock up your scooter for safety.

A student at our school, Melissa Smith has recently been diagnosed with cancer. In an effort to help with this terrible discovery the “Be the Change” team and the cosmetology ladies are going to be running a hair drive from June 1-3, 2017. The campaign is called “Blonde for Bones.” If you do not want to donate hair there will be sponsorships available and a gofundme page as well to help show your support. Bracelets and pins will also be sold. We thank the community in advance for helping during such a difficult time.

The Fine Arts Boards’ third annual Gala will be on Thursday, June 8. It will be a great night of awards and music for the whole community to enjoy. There will be a special guest performance with the Jazz Cats Seniors.

The Theater Arts students have been working on their one-act plays, which they will be presenting on June 14-15.

A “power weekend” of diploma prep called “Rock the Diploma” is being offered to students from all Central Alberta High Schools at Lindsay Thurber in Red Deer. June 9,10,11: Social 30-1 and English 30-1; June 16,17,18: Bio 30, Chem 30, and Math 30-1; and June 23,24,25: Chem 30, Bio 30, Math 30-2, and Phys 30. Contact the school for more information.

Football Spring Camp brochures are now available in the office for any current Grade 9, 10 or 11 students interested in playing football in the fall. The brochure has all the information that you need, including fees, registration and equipment pick up dates and practice dates. If you have any questions, please contact the school.

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