History
 
 Lance Hiltz
Home • Division News • News Feed • Lance Hiltz
 
From: Wednesday, November 18, 2015 8:52 AM -0600
Subject:Quill Lake School Success Stories
To:
Mouth to Mouth

This month at QLS, the grade 9 and 10 students were able to get their First Aid Certificates. This is such an important certificate to have, as they will be able to save lives with the new information and skills they achieved. On Monday, November 16th, and Tuesday, November 17th, the 14 students spent their school hours learning and practicing First Aid. Instead of panicking now when they come across a scary situation, these students know how to assess the problem, call for help, and assist the wounded person. Also able to give CPR, and insert an EPI pen, anyone would be lucky to have them at the scene of an accident. Apply aid to burns, cuts, wounds, you name it and they will be of great service. With the help from a few mannequins, fellow classmates, and an instructor, they all managed to pass the course.

Volleyball Stars

Quill Lake School is a small school, and therefore we can’t create our own boys volleyball team. This year, 4 determined young boys decided ‘no’ wasn’t an acceptable answer, and joined the Wadena High School’s junior team. This proved to be well worth it, as they worked very hard to win both of their home tournaments they held in Wadena and many games as well.  At the end of their season, they were proud to say they ended up placing 2nd in League Playoffs on October 28th, and 3rd in Pre-Districts on November 3rd. Young athletes Justin Harcourt, Lucas Stomp, Miguel Paquette, and Kaiden Korolchuk look forward to joining the team once again next year.