Grade 12 portfolios are ready

This past week at Wm. E. Hay was once again a busy one as students geared up for upcoming events and participated in

Wildcat Corner

This past week at Wm. E. Hay was once again a busy one as students geared up for upcoming events and participated in Operation Christmas Child. As a school, our goal was to fill 300 boxes with various items to give to children between the ages of 2-14, and we were successful.

Thank you to everyone who helped with the event and those who donated items as well.

The Grade 12s have been busy presenting their portfolios to the members of the community. They have worked on their portfolios in TA for the past three years and the presentations give them an opportunity to show off their accomplishments in high school.

The portfolios are excellent tools that employers can use to get to know high school students who are applying for jobs. Employers, ask us for our portfolios, we would love to show them off.

Tomorrow is opening night for the fall production of Bone Chiller, so if you haven’t already, feel free to buy a ticket at Well’s Furniture or the high school office. The students involved in the play have been working very hard and appreciate all the support.

On Dec. 5, the Students’ Union is hosting a carnival in which there will be games and events set up by various clubs in our school, including Be The Change, the Athletic Board, and G.S.A. More information about that will be coming in the future.

That’s all for this week.


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