The Small School with A Big Heart

Day of Pink

At Wilfred Hunt, we celebrated Day of Pink with a number of activities.  One activity was the kindness notes that everyone at Hunt filled out on behalf of their classmates and teachers.  These notes were posted all around the school.  We also had a "fashion show" that everyone was able to sport their Pink Fashion-wear.  A great day was had by all.  And most importantly, we hope this shows our support for anti-bullying at Wilfred Hunt!

 

Suessical Invades Hunt

Thank you to the amazingly talented students and staff that all contributed to phenomenal performances of Suessical.  The students practiced MANY hours over the past couple of months.  We are extremely proud of the talent we have at Wilfred Hunt.

 

 

 

 

 

High School Open Houses - Dates Set

Please check out the attached document outlining Regina Public High School Open Houses.  Wilfred Hunt exists within the Campbell Collegiate boundary.  Please contact Mr. Litzenberger if you have questions regarding high school options.

January Newsletter Available

January Newsletter is now available by clicking on the school newsletters link in the public menu on the left side.

2014/2015 Yearbooks Have Arrived!

They have finally arrived.  All yearbooks were handed out to our current students.  If you purchased a yearbook for the 2014/2015 school year and are no longer at Wilfred Hunt, please pick yours up in the office or contact the office to arrange delivery!

Pancake Breakfast Draws Near!

This year's pancake breakfast is less than 1 week away!  On Fri. Dec. 11 from 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m., Wilfred Hunt will be hosting its 17th annual Pancake Breakfast.  Admission is collected at the door ($3 per person or $10 for a family).  There will also be a number of prize draws.  Raffle tickets will be sold at a price of $2 each, $5 for 5 tickets, or $10 for 15 tickets.

All proceeds from this Pancake Breakfast go to support Marion Center and Souls Harbor Rescue Mission.  These two centers help Regina's homeless and struggling individuals with a warm place and a warm meal.  Wilfred Hunt and their community are pleased to continually support these two centers and the individuals they support.

Please consider coming on Fri. Dec. 11 to support Wilfred Hunt and this endeavor!

Winner of Scholastic Book Fair Family Draw

Congratulations to Harley Montpetit who was the winner of the Family Draw at this fall's Scholastic Book Fair.  Harley got to choose $25 of books from the book fair and his classroom teacher, Ms. Desrosiers,  also got to choose $25 of books for the classroom.

 

Wilfred Hunt Welcomes Author, Alison Lohans

On November 25th, Kindergarten to Grade 2 students enjoyed a visit with a children's author, Alison Lohans.  She read her book Leaving Mr. Humphries to the students and  shared how the bear in the book was inspired by the bear belonging to her son Christopher.  This book is one of the Willow Award nominees for 2015.  One of the comments made by a student after her visit was "she showed us that anyone can be an author".  This is  encouraging for students who are learning to write.  

 

Battle of the Books Crowns Winners

The Junior Battle of the Books took place in October and November.  We had a great number of participants and teams - 42 students and 11 teams.  The students read books that have been chosen for the Battles and answer questions based on the books they have read.  The winning team for this year called themselves the
Purple Magic Cats  and included Hirdey Randhawa, Rogan Fry, Matthew Severson and Logan Weatherald.   They won the final battle on Nov. 25th.  Congratulations!

 

Syndicate content