Host families needed

Best wishes to Mrs Lotoski’s student teacher Miss Denholm as she starts her teaching career wherever that may be. The French classes really enjoyed her teaching over the last nine weeks.

Best wishes to Mrs Lotoski’s student teacher Miss Denholm as she starts her teaching career wherever that may be. The French classes really enjoyed her teaching over the last nine weeks.

The international students at Wm. E Hay celebrated the season with a Christmas party on Wednesday, Dec. 16. The students had supper, exchanged gifts in a Chinese gift exchange and then went public skating. Everyone had a great time.

Wm. E. Hay travel and exchanges office is currently looking for families to open their doors to exchange students. Host families are needed for short term exchanges from three months to five months. Please contact Mrs. Shepherd at 403-742-3466 for more information.

Students will be taking part in Reward Day on Friday, Dec. 18. Students are able to choose from a variety of activities including curling, swimming, skating, movies, board games and bingo.

A reminder of important dates as we begin the holiday season. Classes end on Dec.18 and resume on Monday, Jan. 4.

On behalf of the staff and students at Wm. E. Hay we wish you a very safe and happy holiday season.

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