Thanking cafeteria volunteers

This week, in sports, the badminton players performed well at areas on
Monday, April 20.

All of the teams ended in the top four of their age group

and event. The students who qualified for zones were Alyssa Henderson,

Caela Henderson, Allyssa Acera, Ryland Stefanik, and John Langford. The

singles and doubles teams who qualified for zones were Logan Fosier and

Kyle Poapst and Adam Pitzel & Eric Pitzel. Way to go Wildcats!  Watch for

zones results next week.  Today, the Grade 9 badminton players participate in CARA, so come out and support them! Also, if anyone is interested intrack or tennis, please make sure to sign up at the main office.

In other news, the Students’ Union will be hosting a Luau themed dance on May 1 from 7 to 10 p.m. If you have any music requests, please make them at the office. We would like to extend congratulations to Mackenzie Hankins, Thomas Law, Jordan Boehlke, Sheldon Bridge, Judah Auton, Alicia Nibourg, Ally Hamelin, Kianna Taylor and Dillion Montepeller for being the recipients for the food award in this school year. Thank you for your all your hard work and volunteering in the cafeteria.

In the Grand Concert, we had a few band entries that we would like to acknowledge. Todd Yaremcio received “Adjudicator’s Choice” award, and Laura Smith, Meggan Schultz, and Abby Spencer performed their flute trio, and finally, the Jazz Cats Sr. group performed their high powered Latin piece. Great work, guys!

 

 

 

 

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