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Winners announced for Legion Remembrance Day contest

Back in November, Invermay School students participated in the Legion Remembrance Day district contest.

INVERMAY - Invermay School is pleased to see everyone again after the holidays! Teachers as well as students have been busy completing the last little bits left of this semester. Good luck to everyone writing final exams!

Back in November, Invermay School students partook in the Legion Remembrance Day district contest. We are very pleased to announce the following winners of the poster, poem, and essay contest:

Primary Colour Poster - third place, Hailee Ferenal

Primary Black & White Poster – first place, Juan Miguel Lucas

Junior Colour Poster – first place, Paisley Bosovich

Junior Black & White Poster – first place, Thea Ross Barcelona; second place, Perseus Mesias; third place, Jessica Ke

Junior Poem – second place, Kristian Oie; third place Brielle Enge

Intermediate Colour Poster – first place, Addison Enge; second place, Jasmin Kowalyshyn

Intermediate Essay – first place, Halo Engele; third place, Cassidy Bosovich

Intermediate Poem – first place, Madeline Glas; second place, Jasmin Kowalyshyn; third place, Elissa Karcha

Senior Colour Poster – first place, Cielo Marie Marasigan; second place, Tyla Dubas; third place, April Grychowski

Senior Black & White Poster – first place, Christine Cabungcal; second place, Cassandra Ponte; third place, Remy Fidek

Senior Essay – first place, Marissa Fidek

Senior Poem- first place, Rachel Enge, second place, Aron Cudal

Congratulations to all winners!

Invermay School’s SCC decided to treat the students and staff with a burger and a float. The students were very excited to walk into school that day! The students got to choose which kind of float they wanted and take their burger. 

A new addition to our school is Arts Club. Every Thursday, students in Grades 6-12 can stay after school to partake in this club. It will include a bunch of activities like drama, painting, and many other fun crafts! Thank you to “Connect” for allowing us to have this program in our school. The Connect grant is a partnership between the STF and Connect, “a new opportunity for Saskatchewan teachers to facilitate meaningful connections for students in the local community.”

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