Communicating without saying a word

The Wellington School sign club meets every Monday and Wednesday at lunch. They are pictured halfway through signing the word, “welcome.” Back row: resource teacher Matthew Adkins, Hosee Inocentes, Dwight Vitor, Jade Tabelina, Joyce Basconcillo, Shyanna Fawcett, and educational assistant Allison Baker. Front row: Anthony Girouard, Derick Mallari, Bernadette Bernaldo, John Sales, and Daniel Miranda.

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  • The Heritage-Victoria Hawks 11A3 hockey team went undefeated in 18 games this season to capture the St. James-Assiniboia Minor Hockey Association minor peewee championship. Back row: Assistant coach Brent Luke, head coach Bill Muloin, assistant coach Mike Cuthbert. Middle row: Jacob Morlock-Tellier, Cian Shaw, Aiden Smith, Brady Rands, Ethan Maurstad. Front row: Daniel Muloin, Troy Allard, Evan Luke, Nicholas Hnatiuk-Nash, Caleb McIntyre, Noah Vendramelli, Tristan Hamilton, Angelo Amarilo, Fionn Forbes. Coach Muloin is seen sporting a pink beard to fulfil a bet with his team that he’d dye it if they made it to championships.

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April 17, 2014

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