Student Bulletin

Wednesday Warrior

September 23, 2020

Principal's Message

Important Dates

Thursday, Sept 24:  Grade 10 Info Evening 6:30-7:15pm (Link in Principal's Message)

Friday, Sept 25:  Non-Instructional Day

Wednesday, Sept 30:  Orange Shirt Day

School Updates:

What’s Up Warriors?! Your Daily Announcements are posted in your Homeroom D2L.

 myPass Accounts

High Schools have encouraged the use of myPass, Alberta Education’s self-service website for students and parents/legal guardians to:

  • order high school transcripts;
  • view Diploma Exam marks;
  • register to write Diploma Exams; and
  • receive notifications. 

Schools may support their students and/or parents/legal guardians to obtain a myPass account.  Visit to request access.  This is how PAT results will be communicated in future. 

Link: Provincial Achievement Tests

Spirit Week Sept. 28 – Oct.2

 Masked Monday – Wear your craziest, most fashionable mask!

Twin Day Tuesday – Grab a friend and double up.

Orange Shirt Wednesday – Stand Strong “Every Child Matters”

Throwback Thursday – What decade past is your favourite?!

Warrior Wear Black Friday – Show your spirit, wear you Warrior Wear! Don’t have any? HUGE Black Friday sale at the Warrior Shop!!! Come get your gear.


Parents – Due to many safety issues, please do not use the HWW parking lot to drop off/pick-up students. We have special needs buses that require the parking lot.

The Shoppers shopping mall also requests that you do not use the parking stall in the strip mall for dropping off students or picking up.  Please drop off your students on 75th Ave. 

Parking Passes

Any student wanting to utilize the parking lot, please see Ms. Proctor in the Business Office to purchase a parking pass for the year.  $40.00.  

School Fees

Course fees will be added to your online account as of October 1, 2020. Fees will be available to be paid online through your PowerSchool/MyCBE Account.


 Yearbook order instructions:

To order your yearbook for this school year, follow these steps:

  • Go to
  • Fill in username and password. Parents, select your student.
  • Click on “School based optional fees”
  • Select the box with “Yearbook 2020/2021”.
  • Add to cart.

Students can also see the business office to order a yearbook.

Henry Wise Wood Hub Learners:

Guidance Counsellors, IPP Coordinators and Administration will continue to support you as always, even if your HUB teacher does not work at HWW.

The following team will be able to help hub learners with questions:

Guidance Counsellors                                                     Assistant Principals

A - G   + Indigenous             Beverly Delion                      A – G + Indigenous   Tony Barile

H - O                                    Christine Little                      H – O                          Cathy Crichton

P - Z                                     Josy Renaud                        P – Z                           Rory Stabler


Link Leaders & Leadership Students

Get your Unique Hoodie just for you $45 at the business office. Bring your receipt to Ms. Groat and let her know what size and colour.

Student Service

Beverly Delion, Guidance Counsellor A-G  (

Christine Little, Guidance Counsellor H-O  (

Josy Renaud, Guidance Counsellor P-Z  (


Scholarship listings are posted one month in advance. 

Post Secondary Information

 Sadly, University visits will not be happening in person this year, with many institutions opting for online and virtual tours and presentations.  Below are the listings from some of the universities across Canada, many of which require sign up or registration.

Choosing a post secondary path is an important decision and making sure the program and the school is the right fit for students and families can be difficult.  Participating in these virtual sessions will be valuable in helping guide your decisions

These presentations are best suited for Grade 11 and 12 students, however, they are open to all students and their families.

Presentation details are posted on the After High School page.

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