High school Christmas plans in full swing

In volleyball, the junior high has their final game on Saturday, Nov. 21 (CWAJHAA regional tournament, location to be determined).

In volleyball, the junior high has their final game on Saturday, Nov. 21 (CWAJHAA regional tournament, location to be determined).

Stawnichy’s Ukrainian sausage, cabbage rolls and perogies from Mundare are now on sale through the school until November 20.

Lifetouch is offering Studio Retakes on Wednesday, Nov. 18 from 4 to 6:30 p.m. and on Monday, Nov. 23 from 3 to 6:30 p.m. Please call their office to book an appointment please – 403-356-9410.

As November is upon us, our school has lots of plans for Christmas. The Fellowship of Christian Students club put on a bake sale to raise money for Operation Christmas Child boxes every Thursday over lunch. Our school is trying something new this year by helping the Stettler Christmas Hamper. Our goal is to raise $500 per TA/CIA with each class coming up with a fundraiser idea. Also, we will hopefully be having a spaghetti supper for the community to show their support.

A Christmas Carol High School has four weeks until it’s big debut on December 3-5 with December 4 being a dinner theater. The dinner theater would be a great staff party idea. Hope to see you all there.

Our school had a Remembrance Day service on Tuesday, Nov. 10. It included the whole school from Kindergarten to Grade 12. The high school band and the elementary school show choir performed there. Todd Yaremcio and Jordan Lee played the ‘Last Post’. It was very nicely played. Thank you to Todd and Jordan.

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