Grad class play is on this week

Even though the school year is coming to a close, the teachers of Wm. E. Hay have been working there students hard.

by Leotti Carlgren

Even though the school year is coming to a close, the teachers of Wm. E. Hay have been working there students hard. The school hosted the Science Fair for grades 9-12 over the past week. The grade 12s were in the PAC on the evening of June 2 and had a guest keynote speaker from Spartan to talk about science related technology in the oil field.

The grade 10s and 11s hosted their fairs in the cafeteria during FLEX on June 3 and 4. Good job to the students who participated.

During T.A, the teachers are getting their students to volunteer and help our community. We have been out in Memorial Park helping rake and dig up the red rock ready to lay new mulch as well as helping with the community gardens project.

The graduating students of Wm. E. Hay are hosting a comedy called One Slight Hitch, about a wedding gone wrong. The shows will be this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and tickets are selling at Wells Furniture.

Congratulations to all our Grade 9 athletes who competed in a track meet on June 10. Everyone competed hard and did a great job.

We would like to note a correction from last week: The GSA is hosting a parents night on June 11 and Rev. Langford will be here from the Anglican Church, it was reported incorrectly that she was from the Alliance church. We apologize for the error.



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