New school year, new teachers, new students

Last week Wm. E. Hay welcomed everyone back to school.


Wildcat Corner

Last week Wm. E. Hay welcomed everyone back to school.

Alongside the new students, there have also been a few changes in staff at the school this year.

We have three new teachers, Ms. McNorgan and Ms. Mielke teaching social studies and Mr. Kocher teaching math and sciences.

Some of the teachers in our school have changed positions as well. Mr.McClung is filling in for Mr. Nagtegaal for a while in mechanics, Mrs. Enyedy and Mr. Aspenes are vice-principals and Ms. Code and Mr. Thibeau are filling in for them in student services.

This week was full of activities in celebration of “Welcome Week”.

On Monday the Students’ Union provided a free lunch consisting of pop, chips, and burgers to all students.

During T.A. on Wednesday, each T.A. was represented in a number of relay activities, boosting school spirit and providing lots of fun.

On Friday, the Wildcat football team kicked off the season in Lloydminster. School clubs and sports are now underway and we wish everyone luck.

Keep reading next week to find out more of our activities.


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