WCHS Blooming into Spring
March has been one wild rollercoaster for Wynyard Composite High School. Faced with the ups and the downs, the students and staff managed a smile along the whole ride.
Although WCHS was faced with challenges throughout the month of March the SRC was able to still provide the students and staff with some exciting spirit days and a virtual St. Patrick’s day assembly. Through the week of March 15th to the 19th the SRC filled the week with fun dress up days for the students and staff to show off their school spirit. The spirit days included the classic PJ day on Monday, Wear the Bear day, Jersey Day and students rocked mismatched socks on Friday. The students didn’t just wear mismatched socks to keep their feet warm, the Bears whore mismatched socks in support of World Down Syndrome Day. As well, to raise money for the charity of the month on Friday if students and staff wanted to wear a hat they paid two dollars or more to support World Down Syndrome Day. Despite the complications the SRC on Wednesday the 17th otherwise known as St. Patrick’s day was able to hold a virtual assembly hosted by the Grade 11 SRC members. The assembly consisted of the games St. Patrick’s day themed word scramble, guess the song (St. Patrick’s day themed of course) and the last game was a school wide kahoot game. The kahoot game was filled with friendly faces of some on the staff and students dressed as leprechauns. The WCHS bears are thankful for the fun they provided throughout March.
As the Bears near the end of March it signifies the start of Easter break that starts on April 2nd. Although the Bears will miss seeing each other's smiles (in their eyes of course) everyday. The students and staff are ecstatic for a break, to recharge and get caught up in the studies.
March is coming to a close. The Bears are excited and can’t wait to see what April and the last three months of school will bring.