Project Week in full swing

This week, we would like to start off by congratulating Taylor Marko and Aubrey Carl for winning the Shine FM radio contest.

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This week, we would like to start off by congratulating Taylor Marko and Aubrey Carl for winning the Shine FM radio contest. Their radio ad for Stettler Rentals can be heard on Shine FM. Great work! Be The Change would once again like to remind everyone that we are still accepting donations for the #StettlerWellChallenge. If you would like to donate, please stop by the high school office or donate on like at: http://wellchallenge.wix.com/stettler.

Last week, and continuing this week, students have been participating in project week. Science students worked on bigger lab projects, the Comm Tech 20/30 students and Mechanics students are producing “How to” videos which may include some zombies, the English department is continuing its tradition of Poetry SLAM, the Foods students are participating in Iron Chef (Wm. E. Hay style), and Math students are working on designing spaces using Math. Many more projects were happening last week. Yesterday and today students continued working on project week, updates to come.

In athletics, badminton has begun practicing. Athletes are working hard to get ready for their upcoming competitions.

The school administration team is starting to plan for next year’s programs and courses. Throughout the month of April students who are currently attending Wm. E. Hay and students who will be coming in next year will be learning about the wide variety of courses that are being offered. Parents can attend an information evening on April 16, 7 p.m. in the cafeteria where the administration will be discussing programming for next year.

In our school, students order from the cafeteria every day, but we thought we would shed some light on what the students who work in the cafeteria do. Mackenzie Hankins works as a cashier in the cafeteria at comfort break every day. On Monday and Wednesday, she works the debit till, and on Tuesdays, she helps out the other students working in the cafeteria. She creates floats and calculates profits, as well as getting the cash from Ms. Lavallee every morning.

Thank you to all the students who work very hard in the cafeteria! That’s all for this week!

 

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