Congratulations to our HAWKS for a fine showing at the Regional Science Fair last Friday at North Peace Secondary School. All of our students earned medals:
Kayla & Samantha – Silver. Lucas – Silver. Annika – Bronze. Billie – Bronze. Cache – Bronze. Sophie – Gold. Brynne – Gold (she also won the “Timberline Trail & Nature Club Award”).
Great News Everyone! Thanks to a successful grant application from Hope for Health, they will be providing fun and healthy activities on Tuesdays & Thursdays after school from 3:00-4:15.
Click on the the link below to learn more about the program, and also to download a consent form. Students must have a completed registration form to participate.
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Hudson’s Hope School students, staff, and parents showing our support for those affected in the Humboldt Broncos Bus Crash. (Click image to enlarge). Way to go HAWKS!
Good morning Hudson’s Hopers! Just a quick reminder to wear a jersey today (and if possible, bring a spare for a friend) to support the Humboldt Broncos!
Students from Hudson’s Hope School once again did extremely well at the EGBC Popsicle Stick Bridge Building Competition. A big thank you to Mrs. Baytaluke for all of her hard work helping our students with their engineering skills, and also for looking after all the organization that had to be done to register/bring all the bridges to the competition.
Many of our students placed in the top 5 in their categories. Here is a quick results list (first name only):
The machine couldn’t break Dylan’s or Henry’s bridges! They tested them twice and then went by weight of the bridge to declare Dylan first. They both held over 600 engineering units.
Way to go HAWKS!
Show time — 7:00 —–
Also, folks are welcome to bring their own chairs (within reason, don’t bring your lazy boy recliner). See you tonight!
As per the School District 60 Website, due to poor side road conditions, all buses are cancelled again today.
School District #60 has cancelled all buses today.
Please note that the trip to the Saulteau First Nations Career Fair (that some grade 10-12 students signed up for) is also cancelled.