The break is over and time for the students to wipe off the sleepy dust from their eyes and jump back into their desks for another 2 and half months left of school. Badminton has “birdied” up with the rookie students practicing with Arcola on Wednesday April 11th to get ready for the upcoming tournaments. The Sr. Badminton Team is hosing pre-districts on Friday April 20th. We will be hosting Arcola, Manor, Carlyle, Wawota and Whitebear so if you are looking for some good badminton come on out and support the athletes. The competition will be starting at 9:00.
Spirit days are on this week as crazy creative themes are scheduled and people sure do dress to impress. It is a surprise to see the hilarious outfits people dress into and the embarrassment on their faces. But hey that’s what Spirit days are all about!!!! The spirit days are as follows. On Wednesday April 18th is “What I want to be when I grow up day”, Wednesday April 25th “Flash Back day”, Wednesday May 2nd “Rider Pride day” and finally Wednesday May 9th “Wacky Hair Day” so dress up to show your school pride.
Bulldog Bucks are starting around the school. For those of you who do not know what that is it is a chance for students to respectfully compete for the chance to win “Bulldog Bucks”. The “Bulldog Bucks” can later be spent at an auction that will be held at the school. The students get to place bets on various items that are “donated” by the teachers. They are items that can be redeemed throughout the school. The events will be ran from Tuesday April 17th until Thursday May 10th.
On Monday April 2nd the elementary students began a school clean-up project. They started cleaning up the front court yard of the school. Their dedication really paid off as the front looks much better and it will continue to look better as the project continues. The students who contributed to the project include Dillon Wallace, Gracie Vogel, Jenelle Breault, Justine Giroux, Rayne Katay, Shoni and Zane King, Tremaine Whitestar, Micah Walbaum, Tia Hugo and Shyanne Coderre. Also a special thanks goes out to Tammi King who also came to help out the project.
As the year is drawing to an end faster than most of us realize we’re preparing for the next set of exams and report cards. With the yearend also brings changes as we found out that we will be getting a new principle next year, we wish Mr. Elliot the best.
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact the school at 457-2533 or Ms. Wyatt at firstname.lastname@example.org