Ken Sogge
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From: Thursday, October 16, 2014 8:50 AM -0600
Subject:A Hawk’s Point of View
Even though it was a short week at Kelvington High School the students and staff were extremely active. October 12-18, 2014 was declared School Sport Week in Saskatchewan by the Honorable Don Morgan, Saskatchewan Minister of Education. During school sport week we recall all of the benefits of sport and the positive impact it has on the coaches and athletes involved. Kelvington High School is super lucky to have so many dedicates coaches and athletes that keep our athletic programs fun and competitive.
Beginning our week at KHS the students were busy with extra-curricular activities. Our junior boys’ volleyball team was off to Humboldt on Tuesday, the junior girls hosted Wadena on Wednesday, and the senior girls’ team hosted their home tournament on Friday and Saturday.
In other news, our magazine sales wrapped up on Wednesday, we are still awaiting results from the final tally of subscriptions. The proceeds from our magazine sales are used to put on school activities such as volleyball, basketball, trips, and yearbook.

A huge congratulations to our two Hawk of the Month winners for September. A Hawk of the Month is a student who exemplifies a positive attitude, commitment to extra-curricular activities and the motto of Horizon School Division; “A Community of Learning and Achieving”. Our two Hawks for September are Cassidy Evans and Cameron Choquette. Cassidy Evans is currently in grade eight. Cassidy shows a positive attitude in everything that she does. Whenever you see Cassidy she has a smile on her face and a willingness to help out whenever asked. She is involved with volleyball, track, and many other sports as well as being an avid SRC member. Congratulations Cassidy on your excellent achievement, keep up the good work!

As we look back on the week we can be thankful for the safety and caring attitude of all of the students and staff of KHS and the work that each person puts in to make our school a better place. I leave you with a quote by Knute Rockne that embodies what School Sport Week is all about, “One man practicing sportsmanship is far better than a hundred teaching it”. School is not only a chance to learn but it’s a chance to make memories.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please feel free to contact me whenever.

Yours in education and sport,

Cameron Choquette
Senior Stick/Public Relations Officer
Kelvington High School Student Representative Council