Ponoka Secondary Campus

Ponoka student among 800 in education program

Ponoka student among 800 in education program

One Ponoka student is taking part in the SHAD advanced education program

  • Jun 21, 2017
Ponoka student among 800 in education program
Each year PSC awards athletes with a special Bronc and Athlete of the Year Award. For graduating students it’s an exciting award. Here (l-r) Jayden Hagemann receives the Senior Male Athlete of the Year Award, Leanne Wiancko for the Female Bronc of the Year, Tess Pearman for the Senior Female Athlete and Josh Parent for the Male Bronc of the Year.

PSC awards banquet celebrates a year of sports

Students at Ponoka Secondary Campus were recognized at the athletic awards banquet

Each year PSC awards athletes with a special Bronc and Athlete of the Year Award. For graduating students it’s an exciting award. Here (l-r) Jayden Hagemann receives the Senior Male Athlete of the Year Award, Leanne Wiancko for the Female Bronc of the Year, Tess Pearman for the Senior Female Athlete and Josh Parent for the Male Bronc of the Year.
PSC teachers spent some time June 9 discussing literacy initiatives they held for students over the school year. The project was to inspire and teach literacy in all aspects of school learning.Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Ponoka teachers bring literacy to their professional development

Teachers at Ponoka Secondary Campus bring literacy into classrooms through professional development.

PSC teachers spent some time June 9 discussing literacy initiatives they held for students over the school year. The project was to inspire and teach literacy in all aspects of school learning.Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye
There are nine PSC graduates this year who took part in the BBBS teen mentoring program. They spoke to Ponoka News recently about the feeling of reward that comes with being a teen mentor. Pictured are Jaimie Smith, Sawyer Liddle, Lauren Bussiere, Stefanie Hatala, Hailey Rausch, Brynne Louis, Shannon Bendera, Cassandra Moulton, and Dylan David Hart. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

PSC graduates celebrate BBBS teen-mentor program

A teen mentoring program in Ponoka is giving youths a chance to give back to the younger kids.

There are nine PSC graduates this year who took part in the BBBS teen mentoring program. They spoke to Ponoka News recently about the feeling of reward that comes with being a teen mentor. Pictured are Jaimie Smith, Sawyer Liddle, Lauren Bussiere, Stefanie Hatala, Hailey Rausch, Brynne Louis, Shannon Bendera, Cassandra Moulton, and Dylan David Hart. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye