Grad committee looking for decorations

JUSTINA NIBOURG/Wildcat Corner

School has been very busy and exciting for students.

This week the Grade 12 students watched a mock accident in the high school parking lot. After watching what an accident looks like and how it affects people, the Grade 12 students will be a little more careful driving. We would like to thank everyone who made this demonstration possible.

On May 10, some of our students went to watch and compete in Skills Canada Alberta. Skills Canada Alberta is where students from all over Alberta come to compete in different trades. These trades can range from cooking to hair design to computer networking. We would like to congratulate all our students who went and competed and made our school proud. We would especially like to congratulate Daniel Dahl in placing third in IT and Network support and Jessica Zoller in placing second in baking.

We would like to congratulate Jessica Harvey on being named this year’s valedictorian.

On May 26, we will hold the new students’ union elections and we would like to wish everyone running the best of luck.

The grad decorating committee is looking for a few items that could be borrowed for decorating at grad. We are in need of some vases/outdoor garden planters that would be tall enough to accommodate some willow branches. If you have any that you would be willing to lend to the Class of 2011, please contact Mrs. Schwarzenberger at 403-742-3466 during the day or 403-742-5022 in the evening.

Two custom playhouses are for sale featuring the craftsmanship of Wm. E. Hay students, so if you would like to buy one, please contact the school at 403-742-3466 and ask for Mr. Goodrich for more information.

That is all for this week ,but tune in next week for more exciting news!

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