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Martensville students set the stage for drama production

Martensville High School Theatre Arts students work on building a stage set for the school drama club’s upcoming production of ‘Little Women’

After several weeks of working with small-scale styrofoam and cardboard models, students in the Theatre Arts class at Martensville High School (MHS) are finally getting down to brass tacks.

The students are building a full-scale wooden set of a 19th century parlor, complete with staircase and a bedroom loft that reaches almost as high as the theatre’s 30-foot ceiling. Continue reading “Martensville students set the stage for drama production”

Martensville High School students build KidSport Playhouse

Martensville High School students are working to complete the KidSport playhouse by the end of January, when it will be put on display at the Martensville A&W

A group of Grade 12 students at Martensville High School (MHS) are raising the roof.

In a good way.

The students are building a 100-square-foot playhouse for the Martensville and Warman KidSport charity. The playhouse, which is designed to do double-duty as a high-end storage shed, should be completed by the end of January. Continue reading “Martensville High School students build KidSport Playhouse”

Martensville student wins national science fair award

Shaelagh Stephan

Shaelagh Stephan, a student at Martensville High School (MHS), won a Bronze Medal at the Canada Wide Science Fair (CWSF) in Ottawa earlier this year.

Her achievement was recognized in the Saskatchewan provincial Legislature on Monday, November 5. Martensville-Warman MLA Nancy Heppner drew attention to the MHS student’s CWSF award and offered her congratulations. Continue reading “Martensville student wins national science fair award”