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KidSport Playhouse project taking shape in Martensville

Martensville High School students (left to right) Tyler Schewaga-Bell, Hayden Valen, Keenan Marshall, Teegan Cathcart, and teacher Lukas Powell inside a garden shed that is being constructed at the same time as the playhouse.

Martensville High School (MHS) students are building a brighter future for youngsters in their community, one nail at a time. Continue reading “KidSport Playhouse project taking shape in Martensville”

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Students get a taste of trauma during emergency simulation

There’s something called the ‘stupid line’.
If you cross it, you’re running some pretty big risks; with potentially life-changing consequences.

Martensville First Responders assess the patient’s condition at the scene of a simulated medical emergency at Martensville High School on Friday, October 13

“The stupid line separates safe and healthy from injured or killed,” said Kaitlyn Kwasney, an educator with the Prevent Alcohol and Risk-related Trauma in Youth (PARTY) program. “It’s all about making the right choices.”
Grade 10 students at Martensville High School (MHS) got a taste of the trauma ward on Friday, October 13 during a day-long series of workshops with emergency responders. Continue reading “Students get a taste of trauma during emergency simulation”

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Life skills program at Martensville High School raises funds for cancer research

Business was brisk at the Royal Bean coffee shop in Martensville High School’s (MHS) main lobby on Friday, September 29, as students in the school’s Life Skills program raised money for cancer research.

Students, teachers and volunteers served up specialty coffees and home-baked goodies at the Royal Bean coffee shop at Martensville High School on Friday, September 29. The event raised funds for cancer research.

The Royal Bean coffee club is made up of students in the MHS Life Skills program; and as it enters its second year of operation, it’s showing its value to the students, the school, and the community, according to MHS Special Education teacher Kyla Huckerby.
“The Royal Bean is a coffee delivery service,” said Huckerby. “The kids make the coffee and deliver it twice a day to teachers,, and once in a while they go on the road to the school division office and other schools. They’ve also done special events.” Continue reading “Life skills program at Martensville High School raises funds for cancer research”

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