Mixed results from Wildcat volleyball teams

A little over a week ago the Stettler volleyball girls played Rocky Mountain House in a tough fought battle.

Hannah McKay

Wildcat Corner

A little over a week ago the Stettler volleyball girls played Rocky Mountain House in a tough fought battle. The JV girls won three out of four games and the senior girls lost three out of four games. On the weekend, the JV girls played really well and won silver at our home tournament. The JV boy played hard and improved immensely. Great job so far this season!

We would like to remind everyone that the Grade 12 Cosmetology classes have started offering services to the community, any day after 1 p.m. Cuts are $10, manicures and pedicures are $10-$15, eyebrow waxing is $5, colours are starting at $20, and facials (plus massage) are $15. They also offer styling, straightening and braiding. So come support beauty education.

The next session of Driver Education is coming up; the classes are running on November 1, 8, and 15 from 9-3:30 at the school. When students complete the program, they will earn three credits toward their high school diploma. Make sure to sign up in the office.

Last Friday the Wildcats played Rocky Mountain House losing 24 -0. They played hard and are coming together as a team!

School clubs are marching ahead with many activities planned for the year. S.A.D.D. would like to remind everyone that they will be holding a “Wake-A-Thon” on Oct. 17 at the school, and to sign up in Ms. Stephenson’s room by Oct. 14. The fall production of “Bone Chiller” is also moving along with weekly rehearsals. Also, G.S.A. had their bake sale yesterday and it will continue into today.

On Tuesday, the annual honors breakfast was held at the Community Hall. All of the students who were able to achieve an honors standing last yearwere recognized. To find out more about the honors criteria please see the student handbook. Congratulations to all the students with honors.

This Friday will be our annual Fall Awards evening. We begin out evening at 7:30 p.m. and will be recognizing many students with scholarships. Please join us in celebrating our students.

Over the next few weeks, the grade 9, 10 and 11 science students will be working on their science fair projects. They will be presenting their results in early November to the rest of the students and staff during T.A.

That’s all for this week.


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