School highlights cosmetology class

The Community Transitions class experienced the Stettler Steam Train last week with a ride down to Big Valley

The Community Transitions class experienced the Stettler Steam Train last week with a ride down to Big Valley and a visit to Jimmy Jock Board Walk. The students enjoyed all aspects of the trip immensely!

Our Grade 9 track and field students competed in their track meet in Red Deer on Monday. Congratulations to all of the athletes for representing William E. Hay well.

Mr. Siemens and Mr. Bayer’s Physic 20 students are heading to West Edmonton Mall Galaxyland to observe how physics occurs in everyday life.

A reminder again that the Cosmetology 1.2 students are having a fashion show to showcase their talents, and local businesses, on June 13 at 7 p.m. at the parish hall. Tickets are $5 and available at the high school office. Fashions from local businesses around Stettler will be highlighted, as will the skills of these very talented young ladies.

As the school year winds down, the Fine Arts Board is working on its final event of the season. On the evening of June 19 FAB is putting on its first annual Celebration of the Arts and Awards Night in the PAC.

Outstanding students from Band, Art, Drama, Dance, Photography and Videography will be recognized for their contributions to the arts at William E. Hay and the evening will include a number of performances and showcases of student work.

On June 11, the Athletic Board will host our annual Colour Night, which honours the achievements of our William E. Hay student-athletes and celebrates their accomplishments in the 2012-13 season.

It’s hard to believe but there are just a few weeks left of classes. A reminder that the exam schedule is now posted online. We ask that parents do not book vacations during exam week.

— Wildcats’ Corner

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