Here’s what “Rocked” our halls and classrooms this week:
Weekly clubs and meeting:
Saga meetings (Wednesday in the art room at lunch)
Drama- Mission “Inprovable” (Thursday. in Drama room at lunch)
Student Council meetings (Tuesday lunch in rooms 137 or 139)
Dungeons and Dragons (Tuesday and Wednesday 3:30 p.m. in room 147)
Lunch at the gum (noon to 12:30 p.m. every day)
Girls group (Grade 7 and 8 Oct. 11 – Nov. 15th. Room 146) *Must pre-register
Curling tryouts are completed. Our 2018-2019 Rams Curling Teams are as follows:
Girls- (TBD at a later date)
Boys- Ty Kubel, Max Albrecht, Parker Hay, Cruz McGregor, Rueben Burton
Mixed- Aiden Blocka, Elizabeth Bell, Matt LaFrance, Sydney McGrath, Will Carrell
Junior Girls Volleyball Team won both games against Mistassiny School from Wabasca last Monday. The scores were 25-15 and 25-16. Congrats girls! On Wednesday, our Jr. Rams defeated the Christian School and lost to both St. Francis Aabd Kinuso. The team plays at St. Francis across town on Wednesday the 24 and then travels to High Prairie on the 26 and 27 for a weekend tournament. Good luck gals! Thanks to Coach Coutorielle and Coach Butcher for supporting our Jr. Girls this year – without you volunteering, there would be no Team!
Senior girls volleyball team is travelling to Mayerthorpe for a tournament on this weekend. All the best to the entire team – do us proud! Last week, the Senior team lost a close match to Mistassiny, two games to one. Thanks goes out to Miss Fish for Coaching the Sr. Squad this year – much appreciated!
Cross-Country Running Team travelled to Athabasca for the zone meet last week. “Coach of the Year” Doroshenko and our running Rams brought home the 1A/2A Banner as Zone Champions. Kenya Ross won gold in his Division and several others won the right to represent our school at the provincial meet in Vermillion this weekend. Stay tuned for an update on all of their placings next week.
Go Rams! Wrestling – Tryouts Nov.15 Senior high gym junior and Senior high male and females. Bring gym clothes water and a great attitude. Tryouts go from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Student Recognition – each week, dozens of students are nominated for this award around our building. They get nominated for kind deeds, great academic efforts/results, acts of citizenship and leadership. The list is read aloud throughout the school to recognize all nominees and then a random draw determines our weekly winner. Congratulations to last week’s winner – Jack Carson!
Miss Campsall, Miss Klassen plus 20 of our highschool students travelled to NAIT to tour the campus and learn more about programming, housing plus much more last week. All reports have it being very beneficial for our students. Thanks NAIT!