Royal seating was provided for the loudest cheerers during the Sr. Volleyball Tournament; along with pizza, chips, and candy for the loud crowd.
The night was illuminated! Thank you Strathmore High’s “Minds for change” group for organizing this. Shout out to Ms HARRIS for all the help, Mrs Bertsch and glee for the outstanding performances, McDonalds and Dairy Queen for the donations, Jonathan Hughes and family for being our guest speaker, the constables for walking with us, and for everyone who came to shine a light on mental health (Novemeber 4)
Donut Eating, Scarecrow building, Door decorating, Pie eating contest
Devinn is an outstanding sailor and a super cool guy. He has won three provincial championships! In the summer of 2017 he will be competing in the Canada Games. Devinn has also won Western Canadians in 2015.
Rumour has it that he can complete a Rubik’s cube faster than anyone in the school!
Thank you Devinn for your fantastic personality and good luck with your upcoming events!
Kiley has been recognized for her amazing creative abilities in mascot engineering. She has been making mascots since grade nine and most recently her wolf mascot won Best Homemade Costume in our annual Halloween contest. Her inspiration has come from her desire to be a professional mascot. Unfortunately those dreams became crushed as mascots are not paid very well.
Hopefully her amazing creations will continue to follow her wherever she may go in life. Congrats Kiley!
Maggie was nominated due to her astounding skills as a dancer and choreographer. She has been dancing for the past thirteen years and is currently a dancer and instructor with Hussar Dance Club. Last year Maggie won “Most outstanding choreography in Musical Theatre” and earned High Gold in Contemporary Dance.