Theresetta School News

Paige Renschler and Madison Nichols stand proud with their plaque after the Theresetta Knights girls won the Central Western Alberta Junior High Athletic Association tournament. ECA Review/Submitted

Theresetta Knights Volleyball team completes successful year

by Brian Peterson,
Theresetta School Principal

The Theresetta Knights completed another successful season by competing at the highest level possible for Junior High Athletics at the Central Western Alberta Junior High Athletic Association (CWAJHAA) tournament. The tournament only takes the top eight teams from Central Alberta spanning from Rocky Mountain House to Coronation.
The Theresetta boys started their tournament by defeating Clive.  They went on to play the eventual champs Spruce View and lost to them.  The boys completed the round robin by defeating Rocky Christian in a third game.
The boys continued to play well but found themselves in the bronze medal match.  After two close games in the finals, the boys placed a hard earned fourth place.
The Theresetta girls travelled to Caroline for their tournament.  The girls started the day by defeating Bluffton in two games. The girls continued to play well and beat Koinonia Christian School from Red Deer.
They played host school Caroline in the semi-finals and defeated the Cougars in two games.  The Knights ended the tournament by playing Bluffton in the finals. The defending champion Theresetta Knights won both games and captured their fourth CWAJHAA championship in five years.







Grade 1 student Jillian Heidecker cuts out a poster for the Theresetta Catholic School’s Social Justice Club’s fundraiser on Friday, November 29. ECA Review/Submitted

Hot Lunch and fundraiser

The Social Justice Club hosted a fundraiser, hot lunch and Powerpoint presentation on Filipino culture on Friday, November 29. Over $600 was raised for charity assisting with typhoon relief in the Philipenes. Organized by kindergarten teacher Glenda Ries, the children made posters and cooked traditional Filipino food – under adult supervision – for their peers to share.

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