Informative session on health care careers

Health Discovery Day took place on Tuesday, December 1 at Stettler Hospital and Care Centre.

Health Discovery Day took place on Tuesday, December 1 at Stettler Hospital and Care Centre.

Health Discovery Day introduced 28 students to a vast array of careers available in the health care field. The full-day informative sessions, as always, were very well received, and we would like to thank the staff at the Stettler hospital complex for all of their hard work in making this experience successful.

Applications are now being accepted for the 2010-2011 three week Stettler-Sanitz large group exchange. In the fall of 2010, students from our twin school in Sanitz, Germany will be travelling to Stettler to stay with their host family for three weeks, and then in the spring of 2011, students from Stettler will be travelling to Sanitz. There will be a mandatory meeting on Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. in room 116 for all interested students, and their parents. Applications and deposits are due on Dec. 15. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity.

This week we said farewell to Max Baxmann, who was a student attending Wm. E. Hay for three months from our twin school in Sanitz. Max was staying with the Volker family, and was a welcome addition to our school. He will be missed, and we wish him the best of luck in the future.

The student union will be hosting a “Grease,” theme dance on Friday, Dec. 4. One dollar from every admission will go towards Central Alberta Women Shelters. Student IDs are required for access into the dance.

Wildcat Theatre performed “Our Miss Brooks” from Wednesday to Saturday of last week. The play was well received by the public, and all cast and crew members had a phenomenal time working, and producing the production. We’d like to thank all who attended the performances, and remind you to stay tuned for more play and performance information in the future.

That’s all for this week; stay tuned for more information from Wm. E. Hay.

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