Student Bulletin

Wednesday Warrior

April 14, 2021

Principal's Message

Important Dates

Monday, April 19, Parent Council- all welcome

April 19 - 23 - marks available for viewing in Power School

April 26 - PD Day- no classes

School Updates:

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The Foods Room is looking for your recycled containers! Students use these to take home their leftovers, all sizes of plastic containers and lids are welcome. Thank you so much!

Music Notes

Full rehearsals and Jazz band Sectionals next week!

Grade 10 Concert Band students will rehearse in the Gymnasium next week, Monday, April 19 starting at 7:15. (no uniform required)

Grade 11/12 Wind Ensemble students will rehearse in the Gymnasium next week, Wednesday, April 19 starting at 7:15. (no uniform required)

Wind Ensemble Semester 1 Recording 

Instrument Rental fees are now posted in PowerSchool, PLEASE pay them soon so we can make purchases and repairs.


Mike Fullerton, Guidance Counsellor A-G  (

Christine Little, Guidance Counsellor H-O  (

Josy Renaud, Guidance Counsellor P-Z  (

Continuing Grade 12 Applications

Now available in the main office.  Students must complete all portions of the application then schedule an appointment with their guidance counsellor to review.  Applications will be due by the end of April with final decisions made in June.


CBE Summer School 2021 UPDATE:  We now know that all summer school courses will run in an online format from June 28-July 28 through CBE Learn.  This means, there will be no in-person course offerings.

A published list of courses offered will soon be available on the CBE Learn website.  We have been informed that they will offer 10, 20 and 30 level courses and that students will be permitted to take only one summer school course with CBE Learn.

Space in summer school classes will be limited and Henry Wise Wood will receive a designated number of spots.  As such, CBE Learn will be providing high schools guidelines for prioritizing registrations that will be strictly adhered to. 

An online summer course request form will be available in the next few weeks, shared in Wednesday Warrior, our school website, student emails and D2L.  It will be important students complete this form as soon as possible after it is released as we anticipate courses will fill up quickly.


The Canadian Rockies Public Schools (CRPS) is offering Career and Life Management 20 in an immersive experiential manner for. Students will take the

course over 5 days and 4 nights and can receive 6 credits for the course: CALM 20 (3 credits), Speaking and Listening (1 credit), Job Maintenance (1credit), and Workplace Safety Systems (1 credit). Students take part in learning activities including land and water wilderness navigation, meal planning and preparation, flat water canoe training on the confluence of the Bow and

Kananaskis Rivers, hiking, rock climbing, horseback riding, and journaling. In order to participate in outdoor activities, students MUST BE ABLE to demonstrate the ability to hike for an hour or more and are able to plan for inclement weather. Learning activities are scheduled between 8:00 am and

9:30 p.m. with lights-out at 10:00 p.m. All learning activities and after-learning activity time will be supervised by male and female CRPS teachers.         *Please note that activities are subject to

change without notice. Students will stay in bunks at the Outdoor Learning Centre that are equipped with bunk beds, hot showers and flush toilets. For more information and registration, please visit


While we cannot endorse any specific tutoring programs, we wanted to pass on the following free available tutoring programs:

  • SOUTHWEST COMMUNITIES RESOURCE CENTRE: free online and in person tutoring, Wednesdays from 6pm-7:30pm.  Call 403-238-9222 or email to register.
  • CALGARY PUBLIC LIBRARY: students can access online help from 2:00-11:00pm daily. See here for info.
  • UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO HIVE MIND FREE TUTORING: for students struggling with physics, calculus or chemistry running from 3-6pm.  For more information or to register visit here.


There is a general scholarship tutorial titled Scholarship Presentation Video posted in Student Services D2L shell and on our HWW YouTube Channel.

Please continue checking the scholarship page for monthly opportunities.

Scholarship listings are posted one month in advance. 

APRIL 2021 and MAY 2021 significant scholarship application instructions now posted. Education Matters scholarship applications open March 1 are due in May. These are CBE/Calgary based scholarships. Tutorials will be held prior to May due dates; stay tuned to as well as our advertising places for more information as it becomes available.  Education Matters Student Awards 2021 ‘How to Apply’ video.



Are you considering a career in the trades?  Did you know that Alberta apprenticeship programs cover more than 50 designated trades and occupations, and students can potentially start an apprenticeship while in high school?  If you are interested in learning more about trade-related occupations and the opportunity to earn credits, gain experience and get paid, see Ms. Belliveau in room 115.  For additional information, go to the RAP section (within the On/Off-Campus Education Opportunities tab) of the Student Services D2L shell and to → Services → Careers Programs → RAP.


Are you interested in a summer internship position in this field?  Go to → Services → Careers Programs → Information and Communications Technology.  See Ms. Belliveau in room 115 for further information. 


Connect with local industry experts and explore your future after high school.  Get a live tour of work environments and learn about post-secondary requirements.  Virtual events are occurring for the following career paths:

  • Cook – April 15 @ 6:00 p.m.
  • Lather (Interior Systems Mechanic) – April 21 @ 6:00 p.m.
  • ICT – April 27 @ 6:00 p.m.
  • Sheet Metal Worker – May 12 @ 6:00 p.m.

Previous virtual events can be viewed.  Go to → Services → Online Resources → Virtual Showcases.  See Ms. Belliveau in room 115 for further information.


For youth between the ages of 15 and 24. There will be employers recruiting in a variety of industries including landscaping, warehousing, summer camps, retail, and home maintenance services (outdoor, home improvement). These positions include part-time, full-time, casual, and seasonal summer opportunities. Registration is required to attend.  Click here to register.


Medicine, Healthcare and STEM Careers.  The program aims to connect high school students interested in STEM and healthcare fields with opportunities to help select an undergraduate path that interests and excites them.  The program will also highlight different scholarship and award programs, application routes, volunteer opportunities and community outreach from the UofC.  Questions can be directed to and students can sign up here


AHS Community Education Service is offering several webinars aimed at improving emotional health and well being.  Get more information and register for sessions here.

  • ADHD and Executive Functioning with COVID-19 Considerations – Apr 22, 6:30-8:30pm

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If your child is interested in full-time online learning for the 2021-22 school year, you need to request a transfer to CBe-learn by Friday, April 23 at 4 p.m. Learn more: #yycbe

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