Lance Hiltz
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From: Friday, April 8, 2016 8:56 AM -0600
Subject:Ituna School News
March started off with Telemiricale activities. On March 2 there was a hockey game fundraiser held at the Ituna Skating Arena. Grades were encouraged to participate as they all took on the All-Star team made up of teachers and parents. The next day the school held the annual carnival with many activities and prizes to be won. All together Ituna School raised $2174.45. Everyone should be proud of the amount of money raised as it goes to a great cause here in Saskatchewan.


The We Day team traveled to Saskatoon on March 2 to attend the provincial We Day celebration organized by Free the Children.  Students heard inspirational speakers who motivated them to do more locally and globally for issues they are passionate about.


March 4, 5 and 6 the girl’s Sr. curling team was off to Meadow Lake for curling Provincials. The team was made up of Kyla Zrymiak, Kellie Kozak, Hannah Braden, Brittany Boyarski and Jocelyn Scully. The girls played hard as they won one game and lost two, falling just short of playoffs. It was an experience they will never forget.


That same weekend the Jr. Curlers were also off to Wadena for Districts. The girls team made up of Brianna Kutas, Ally Zrymiak, Grace Splichak and Abby Back placed first, claiming District Champions.
The mixed, made up of Brendan Boyarski, Marisha Kanciruk, Jeremy Boczulak and Halyna Ignatiuk came up just short of the final win and received silver! The annual Elementary bonspiel was also held with medals and prizes to be awarded. They had a lot of fun and it was a fantastic way to end the season for for all curlers.  The teams would also like to thank their coaches for all their hard work put into this year.


On March 18, Live Different was welcomed in the school for a presentation and a concert from the band Eleven North. The grade 7-12 students had a blast listening to the live music as well as listening to eye-opening stories from different speakers.  The ending of March also means Easter break. Ituna School wishes everyone a safe and happy Easter break.


Kyla Zrymiak, Ituna School Reporter