Semester 2 is on

This week students got back into the routine as they transitioned into semester two.

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This week students got back into the routine as they transitioned into semester two. In sports, the senior girls basketball team played a great game against Lacombe, winning 52-47. Congratulations to Dacia Gramlick, who led the team with 25 points and a shout out to Dagmar Lohmann Ochoa for a few great baskets. Great job ladies!

Last Wednesday night the JV boys Wildcats played their best game of the season, defeating Ponoka 66-52. Special mention goes to Mitchell Gudgeon for sinking the most rebounds.

Archers that are interested in attending either provincials or nationals need to sign up at the office.

In school clubs, there will be a Coffee House on Friday, Feb. 13. Be sure to sign up if you’re interested in performing.

Also, Chess Club has now started on Fridays in the mechanics shop.

In other news, the next session of driver’s training will be on March 14, 21 and 22. Please sign up at the office if you’re interested.

That’s all for this week!

 

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