A huge shout out to our 3 year Student Leadership grads. They have made a huge difference in their 3 years at Centennial. At lunch today we had treats, watched the traditional powerpoint with three years of pictures, and handed out the “Oh The Places You’ll Go” signed books. Thanks to Ms. McGregor (Mama McGreggs) who put the powerpoint together. We will miss Ms. Marschall who after 5 years as an amazing Leadership Advisor is moving on to Bowness and an 8 minute commute. All the best to our Leadership Grads who we know will make a difference wherever they go. Go Yotes!
We had a successful lunch time activity at Centennial this week. For the week before we advertised in the school and on Social Media that there would be free McHappy Meals in the cafeteria next Wednesday. To further promote, on the day before we had four leadership students eating McHappy Meals in the cafeteria. The table was set in the middle with caution tape around and a beautiful table cloth. Lots of students kept coming up and asking what was happening. On Wednesday they found out that four people would get free McHappy Meals but the catch was that they were put in a blender first and then served in a cup. We declared the winner as the student who drank/ate the most after 2 minutes. Shub was our Grand Champion! Prizes went to everyone who participated and they got to keep the toy!
Centennial Leadership was the proud host of the Alberta Student Leadership Conference (ASLC) 2016. Our 100 students hosted 850 students and 150 teachers from all over Alberta. We also had special guests from Saskatchewan, Manitoba, NWT, and Nunavut! Keynote speakers included Scott Hammell, Ian Tyson, Andy Thibodeau, Tenille, and Stu Saunders. Our students were amazing! Thanks to everyone who came from away and made our conference possible. Special thanks to Laura McGregor, Joyce Wall, Graeme Tomlin, Penny George, and Shar Marschall – the best teacher team ever to host a conference with! Check out the video highlights from ASLC 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZpqlBIjEdQ
Thanks everyone for all your hard work – this will be one for the memory banks!