I am EXTREMELY proud to say that I am the Principal of Seba Beach school. I am always proud of my school and my students, however recently the students and staff at Seba Beach school proved that anyone can make a difference and that their hearts are just as big as others.
Why am I writing this, you may ask, so I will tell you. Over the past couple of weeks the students of Seba Beach took on a “stuff a bus challenge” that was presented By Spruce Grove’s Save-On Foods and Royal Lepage Westgate. The challenge was to collect the most amount of food donations for the food bank. The winner would be based on a Per capita basis, which ensured a level playing field for all participants. I am elated to report that Seba Beach school was able to collect 8 items per capita, which translates to 800+ items.
As Mr. Wilhauk has stated, one of the “initiative is developing the younger generations sense of community” For more on the Challenge and a future goals please visit the Stony Plain Reporter. The students were extremely excited when they were informed yesterday and met with Trevor Wilhauk from Royal Lepage. The students, staff and community are looking forward to their BBQ in the Spring/Summer, however they are more excited that they have the bragging rights of winning the challenge against other schools in Parkland School Division.
The staff and students at Seba Beach look forward to next years challenge and would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and the most Memorable of New Years.