The Skills USA chapter officers and adviser from St. Croix Regional Technical Center attending the State Leadership Conference on Friday, December 8. From left to right: Ann Skriletz, Prue Maxwell, Matt Perkins, Emma Seeyle, Willow Newman, Jennie Cox, and Jayda Pellerin.
In addition to the JV team, the boy’s varsity basketball team put up a strong fight against WA last night. They faced some tough competition and, despite ultimately losing to WA, fought hard. Congratulations boys on a good battle to start off the season.
One of the most exciting and popular winter events in the Calais School Department is the annual Winter Concert at CES. Those who attended last night were able to enjoy a vast collection of musical pieces performed by the students. The band and chorus had very strong performances. The gym was packed, and the reviews have been great. Thank you to all the students who practiced hard and to the staff members who worked hard to put the show on!
Washington Academy defeated Calais’s JV basketball team in a close game tonight. The scores were 42-41. Calais put up a good fight! (Pictured left, Blue Devil JD Turner attempts to bring the Calais Blue Devils to victory in the final minutes of the game.)
Following the JV Girl’s victory over WA, the Girl’s Varsity basketball team played an outstanding game against WA, winning with a fantastic score of 74-37. The girl’s basketball teams have some very talented individuals playing this year, and if tonight’s games are a sign of things to come, then the entire school department is in for a big treat! (Pictured left, senior Prue Maxwell gets ready to make a pass in the final minutes of the game.)