Prepare to get hair cut at Wm. E Hay’s cosmetology lab

A moment to remember – The third group of German students to visit the Wm. E Hay high school as part of a regular exchange program have completed their three week stay and returned to their country

By Justina Nibourg

Once again welcome to Wildcat News.

The student learning conferences and meet the teacher night went well and were well attended.

The German exchange students and their teacher have returned to Germany and we are very sad to see them go.

Breakfast for Learning is from 8:15-8:40 every Tuesday to Thursday; there is toast, cereal, milk and juice in the cafeteria. Encourage your student to take advantage of this program.

We would like to report that the Wildcat Salon has been doing a remarkable job with their recent “Cuts for COS” promotion. We are currently raising money for the new product and equipment in the school salon. The community response has been overwhelming and we are excited to open the new cosmetology lab in the upper hallway of the high school soon. When we get settled in we will be offering services to the public at reduced prices. As of now, we have raised over $200 and we are continuing on a small scale until the move.

The grade 12s have done a great job on the promotion. We would like to recognize Ashlynn Mckinnon, Kailin Ternes, Danielle Sinclair, and Jeanine Foot for their outstanding contribution.

Keep your eyes open for promotions in the months to come. The Grade 9 Phys. Ed classes are running intramurals at lunch for T.A class to compete in. This month, they are playing volleyball. Wildcat Theater is working very hard on the musical Anne of Green Gables and would love to see you come out and watch it on Dec. 2, 3, and 4.

This is all for your Wildcat news update, but look and see what’s happening next week.

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