The William E. Hay Composite High School parking lot was virtually empty Saturday after a heavy snowstorm postponed the JV boys’ volleyball league championship.

School seasons change with the weather

This past Thursday, staff from the University of Alberta’s Augustana Campus visited William E. Hay to chat with students who had questions

This past Thursday, staff from the University of Alberta’s Augustana Campus visited William E. Hay to chat with students who had questions about the Camrose school.

Last Friday night, there was a winter semi-formal masquerade dance for all students.

William E. Hay students will pack Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes tomorrow. Small toys, books, games, hygiene items, or a monetary donation, will be accepted. The donations will help bring a child in need of a smile this Christmas. The school’s goal is to goal is to send out 400 boxes this year.

Last Thursday the senior and JV girls’ volleyball teams had games in Lacombe. Both Stettler clubs lost their matches. Due to the wild weather on the weekend, the JV boys’ volleyball championship was postponed. The tournament was planned for Stettler.

Basketball practices begin on Monday. Senior girls practise Monday at 5:30 p.m. and Wednesday at 3:30. Senior boys practise Monday at 3:30 and Wednesday at 5:30.

JV girls practise Tuesday at 5:30 and Thursday at 3:30. JV boys practise Tuesday at 3:30 and Thursday at 5:30.

Game nights for the senior boys and girls are Tuesdays. The JV boys and girls play on Wednesday nights.

Santana Scarff and Brittaney Code are the JV girls’ coaches. Adam McRae is the coach for the JV boys.

Charisse McDonald is back to coach the senior girls, as are Joe Thibeau and Bryce Leschert with the senior boys.

Retro day was Tuesday … to kick off the opening of the Back to the 80s’ play that Wildcat Theatre performs this week.

The musical runs tonight through Saturday at the Stettler Performing Arts Centre.

— Wildcat Corner

 

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