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SCHOOL REPORT: Some more days off coming up for Westisle students


ELMSDALE, P.E.I. – Upcoming Events – Westisle students will not have classes on Oct. 19 and 20 (PEITF Convention).

Westisle’s Food Drive is taking place on Oct. 12 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. so students will be collecting food in the West Prince area for our local food banks. We appreciate your support.

The annual Westisle Classic will be held on Oct. 20 and 21 at Westisle and Callaghan schools; come out and show your support for our men's and women's volley teams.

Westisle’s Halloween Dance will take place on Oct. 26 from 7-10 p.m.


Clubs and Departments

Westisle is proud to announce that our Credit Union Fitness Centre is up and running. Plenty of students have been taking advantage of the facility on lunch, as well as the Crossfit program being held Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 3 until 3:45 p.m.

The Athletics Department is running a new contest to see “Who is Westisle’s Biggest Fan?” To participate, head down to the schedules by the gym doors to see when our teams are playing. Then, attend the game, and while you’re there, take a picture of yourself with the game going on in the background. Post your image to Instagram or Twitter with the tag #wolverine-west and you will be entered into a draw for two movie tickets.


Student Council

The week of Oct. 1, Westisle Student Council organized a theme week that encouraged students to dress up, showing off their school spirit. Monday was jeans day, Tuesday was Crocs ‘n’ Socks day, Wednesday was Wolverine Wednesday (with students wearing blue and gold) and Thursday was Time Travel day (students took inspiration from past trends and dressed like it was the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s).


General Information

Westisle sent seven students and one advisor to the Canadian Leadership Conference in Waterloo, Ont. The nationwide conference ran from Tuesday, Sept. 26, to Saturday, Sept. 30. Students and advisors took part in workshops, seminars, and heard keynote speakers while networking with student leaders and advisors from across the country. This year's student delegates were: Olivia Batten, Aleisha Meggison, Justine Cormier, Ethan Oliver, Nick McRae, Alexie Skerry and Lyndsay Callaghan and advisor Darcy Harris.



On Nov. 4, Holland College will be hosting an Open House. All are encouraged to attend. Admission fees will be waived at this time. Students are asked to register online for this event. The SHAD program is a competitive program that draws in Grade 10, 11 and 12 students nationally every year. The online application is currently available and is due Nov. 20. Students are encouraged to see guidance if they are interested or have questions about any of these events.


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