The WK NEWS “guess that theme song” competition is on and is a great success. I hope you heard today’s theme song for you to guess. Remember to email your guess to WKNEWSTV@gmail.com Our apologies to those who sent their answers to wknews@gnspes - but that is the wrong address for the competition. Its firstname.lastname@example.org. Aaaannnnd, yesterday’s winners were Nathan Gray, Joy Baillie, Abigail Vienneau, Matt Priddle and Ben Foley. Your names will be entered into this week’s draw to win a free lunch.
Speaking of lunch. The lunch special today is subs for $4.00
Do you have the travel bug? Would you like to travel to Europe? How about Paris, Italy, and The French Riviera during March Break 2019?!! There’s an information meeting this afternoon for parents and students at 4PM for those of you are who are interested in getting details about this trip. Join Ms. Little and Ms. Henneberry today 4PM in room A018.
The Girls Basketball team plays here at WK at 2:30 on this afternoon. Stay after school and cheer on the girls face CK at 2:30. They play again Saturday morning at 9AM against Hants East Rural High School.
It’s a hockey weekend again this weekend. The boys team plays at home against Horton High on tonight at 7:30 and then in Middleton on Saturday night at 8 PM. The girls play Avonview on tonight before the boys’ game at 6:30 in Kingston.
The Valley High School Hockey League All-Star games are being played by the girls at 1PM on Sunday at the Apple Dome in Berwick followed immediately by the boys All-Star game. Come out and see the Valley talent, many Wolverines are in the line up.
African Nova Scotian History Challenges 2018: Open to all students and classes from all schools in Nova Scotia. Entries via mail only or delivered during regular business hours. DBDLI Awards for Excellence in African Nova Scotian HIstory are presented to students whose submissions to the Challenges best exemplify the contributions that African Nova Scotians have made to the history, heritage and culture of our province and our country. All awards include cash bursaries. Mail or deliver entries from October 5, 2017 to February 10, 2018. For more information, details and challenges go to dbdli.ca/events/the-2018-african-nova-scotian-history-challenges/
Awards range from $50 to $250 each.
Indigenous Arts & Stories Contest: Indigenous Arts & Stories invites self-identified First Nations, Me᷀tis and Inuit youth (ages 6 - 29) to submit a piece of writing or two-dimensional artwork exploring Indigenous identity or a moment or theme in Indigenous history or culture. Win up to $2,000 and other great prizes. Groups of 6 or more can win a special classroom prize. Contest deadline is March 31, 2018. Three ways to submit: 1. Email email@example.com or 2. FAX 1-866-535-8737 or 3. Online www.gotoinfo.ca/writingandarts
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for The Heart and Stroke Foundation: Canvassers act as Heart & Stroke ambassadors during February by sharing health information and collection donations from their families, friends, and neighbours. Canvassers can also raise funds online. Volunteering is a great way for students to acquire volunteer hours. Every student who volunteers will receive a letter of recognition for volunteer service from Heart & Stroke. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 902-334-1121