Learning about Newton at West Edmonton Mall

This week we would like to congratulate Alyssa Henderson for moving on to provincials, as she placed second in the 800m run in zones.

This week, in sports, we would like to congratulate Alyssa Henderson for moving on to provincials, as she placed second in the 800m run in zones.

In other news, the Art Purchase Award of $100 will be given to a student who submits a winning art piece to Wm. E. Hay to be hung in the school for years to come.  Students should submit a piece of art to Mr. McClung.

On Thursday, May 21, Mr. Kocher and his Physics 20 class took a field trip to Galaxyland in West Edmonton Mall to experience Newton’s laws of motion and the laws of conservation of energy first hand. The students had a lot of fun and got to experience physics in “real life”. On June 12, the school will be celebrating a “Fun Day” which will include a BBQ, jousting, sumo wrestling, zorb soccer balls, and a water fight. It’s sure to be an entertaining day, and more details will come in the future. The building class is making a garage for the Heart Haven Seniors Facility, which will house the scooters driven by the residents. The garage is coming along nicely, and if you want to see it, it’s facing the Fas Gas.

That’s all for this week.

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