More sporting success at Wm. E. Hay

This week, in sports, we would like to congratulate everyone who participated in the track meet last Thursday.

This week, in sports, we would like to congratulate everyone who participated in the track meet last Thursday, and wish those who moved on to zones (Reesa Garez, Keegan St. Dennis, Jens Lohmann, Will Hall, Teron Garbutt, Alyssa Hendersen, Evan Reichart, Tye Mulgrove, Paul DuToit, and Jordan Lane).  Good luck!

In other news, the Community Transitions students are pleased to announce the birth of two very, very tiny fish, belonging to the Platy variety. They are currently in the aquarium nursery and are about 3 weeks old. Also, Students’ Union nominations are in, good luck to all of those who are running.

The Foods 2.1 and 3.1 students were hosting two sessions of Nutritional

Cooking for the Middle School Conference. The students demonstrated how to cook for the crowd and helped to cook a nutritional lunch for the conference.

The past week at the school brought a fantastic celebration of Graduation

for the Grade 12 students.  This year’s graduating class holds the

distinction of being the last graduating class of Wm. E. Hay Composite

High School as next year the school will have a new name.  Special thanks should go out to all the staff who spend countless hours putting together the grad for the Grade 12s.  It was a wonderful celebration of all the hard work those students have put in over the past 12 years.  With grad being done, we now focus on the upcoming final exams.  The Grade 12 diploma exams begin June 12.  We are nearly done for this year.

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