Girls Wildcats Soccer

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WES soccer team had a great turnout this Fall with 17 girls participating in the sport. The team won all the games except one in the season and made into playoffs. The team got 3rd position in the finals. Coaches were Sherri Wimble and Madhura Animalla.
The season really showed how far the girls had come in developing their skills and confidence in soccer. It also reflects on the dedication and support of the parents of our team. It all comes back to the concept of needing a village to raise a child, or in this case developing a successful sports program. I appreciate all girls on our outstanding team for their hard work and excellent team effort. Job well done girls. GO WILDCATS!

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Boys Wildcats Soccer

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The boys soccer season came to an end in early October. The team showed good sportsmanship, teamwork, and most importantly improvement as the season progressed. The team faced many tough opponents this season and competed well in most of their games. One of the highlights during the season was the team’s 5-4 win over Emerado.

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Physical Education Program

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The Physical Education Program includes:

  1. Physical Education Class
    At our school each child takes physical education (gym) 2 to 4 times per cycle. Grades 1 & 2 have 4 periods per cycle, grades 3-6 have 3 periods per cycle and grades 7 & 8 have 2 periods per cycle.

    For safety and health we ask all grade 3-8 students to change into gym clothes (t-shirt, shorts/sweats, socks, indoor runners) at the beginning of each gym classes.  For safety reasons we do not want students to wear flip flops or sandals.

    Students actively play a variety of games and sports that promote healthy active living.
     
  2. Intramurals:
    At lunchtime students in grades 5-8 are given an opportunity to improve their skills in a variety of sport-related activities. Grades 5 and 6 have intramurals on Mondays and Wednesdays.  Grades 7 and 8 have intramurals on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
     
  3. Interschool Athletics
    Junior High students may play on our school teams.  We compete against other teams from Morden, Altona, Gretna, Parkland, Emerado, Plum Coulee and Border Valley. There are teams for boys and girls in soccer, volleyball, basketball, badminton and track and field.