Graduating class beginning a new tradition

he 2015-2016 school year is coming to a rapid end. The junior high had their track meet on Thursday, June 2.

WILDCATS’ CORNER — The 2015-2016 school year is coming to a rapid end. The junior high had their track meet on Thursday, June 2. Students’ union elections for grades 7 to 12 were on Monday, June 6.

With the year closing, there are a lot of awards that need to be handed out. The Color Night was Tuesday, June 7 at the PAC. On Wednesday, June 8 the Fine Arts Board will have their annual gala at the PAC at 7 p.m. There will be special performances by Danceology, the Stettler Secondary Concert band, both Jazz bands, and special Drama and Improv performances. Hope you can come and have a nice night of entertainment.

The final exam schedule for June is on the school’s website for everyone to view. The graduating class of 2016 is starting up a new tradition of a banner. It should be displayed in September for everyone to view.

The Christ King Catholic School will be having a dance on Friday, June 10. Junior high students can go to the office to sign up.

The rugby girls finished off their season with a bang, winning their final home game. Congratulations to all the girls!

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