William E. Hay High paves way for an exciting school year

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Smooth surface - Crews work late Saturday as they pave the parking lot at William E. Hay High School.

LINDSAY HICKS & BRITTANY STRANDQUIST

Wildcat Corner

For the 2011-12 school year, Brittany Strandquist, and myself, Lindsay Hicks, will be your William E. Hay Composite High School news correspondents. We are both beginning our Grade 12 year and are looking forward to keeping you updated on the happenings at William E. Hay.

The 2011 fall semester is off to a busy start. Last Thursday was the first day back for all grades, and it was also picture day.

This week, the Students Union is hosting our annual Welcome Week to welcome returning and new students. The week includes various activities to help strengthen school unity and make all students feel welcome.

Due to complications and broken down machinery, the renovation of the parking lot has taken longer than expected. The improved parking lot has new pavement and painted lines.

Mr. Fleischhacker and theatre students are jumping right back into the acting scene with auditions for the fall production, “I Remember Mama.” Auditions will be held today, Thursday and Friday.

The school is buzzing with new excitement and we are all looking forward to a great school year.

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