Project week was a success

This week, in sports, Dacia Gramlick, Will Hall, and Morgan Van Dusen had a great time playing in the Senior Bowl

The Stettler Fabrication students had a great tour at Allied Vessel.

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This week, in sports, Dacia Gramlick, Will Hall, and Morgan Van Dusen had a great time playing in the Senior Bowl for basketball, bonding with other Grade 12s in their leagues.

Also, badminton is in full swing and the Grade 9s can still sign up. In other news, Spirit Week was last week and students had a great time dressing up as a variety of things, such as hillbillies, the opposite gender, superheroes. Thank you to Students’ Union and to everyone who participated.

For project week, the Fabrication classes went to Allied Vessel Fabrication in Stettler to tour the impressive facility, get some hands on experience, and see what our local manufacturing companies have to offer. Thank you to Jeff Hagel from Allied Vessel Fabrication for the great tour.

Also, the English classes turned the poems they created into short videos. Students did a fantastic job of choosing the perfect music and images to create their videos.

The Grade 9 Math classes have started their Community Planning 101 projects that will be carried out throughout the semester. Keep your eyes out for Grade 9 students coming to talk to people in the community about some of their great ideas and plans.

Finally, the Cosmetology 11 and 12 students went to work in the salon industry. Thanks to Cuttin’ Corners, Hideaway, Scissors Palace, Pinned up, One Better, and Timeless for allowing our students to job shadow in your businesses – they learned a lot. Project week was a success.

That’s all for this week. Have a great spring break!

 

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