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From the Blog
Congratulations to Arzina Jaffer '18 for receiving the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Citizenship Medal for her outstanding commitment to volunteerism and the community
Our STS Alumni Community came together on Monday, July 8th for our annual Stampede Party at Sunterra Market downtown Calgary. Alumni of all ages joined alumni parents, faculty and staff for a fun evening of reconnecting and reminiscing in what has become an STS alumni summer tradition. You can see the photos on the STS Alumni Facebook page. Don't forget to like the page to tag yourselves and your friends!
Next year's STS Alumni Stampede Party will be held on Monday, July 6, 2020.
The sense of community at Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School (STS) is deep, crossing multiple generations. Todd and Esther Worsley say they are a “big fan of the STS community” not only for the great education in the classroom, but for the caring relationships that develop between teachers, staff, and students.
On Thursday, May 9, 2019 we held our 12th Annual Alumni Dinner at Gasoline Alley in Heritage Park. Over 215 members of the STS community came together to honour our 2019 Distinguished Alumna, Mrs. Sloan Pipella-Clark ’81, long serving retiree, Ms. Carrie Duncan-Moore, and retiring employees,Ms. Maureen Beddome and Ms. Karen Foley.
On Wednesday, April 24, 2019 our Grade 11 students had the opportunity to participate in educational panels with STS alumni and parents, who are established in their chosen career. The main focus of these panels was the path each alumnus and parent took to get to where they are now. It was abundantly clear that finding a career is most often not a linear path.
On Wednesday, March 20, 2019, students, alumni, parents, faculty and staff participated in one of the oldest traditions at STS – Speech Day. Throughout the day, Middle and Senior School students delivered performances in a number of categories including musical theatre, radio newscast, impromptu, poetry recitation, interpretative reading, persuasive speeches, solo and duo acting.
On February 27, 2019 members from our STS alumni family were guided through the history of cocktail making, muddling, stirring, shaking, and smoking techniques at the “Art of Making Cocktails Workshop” with fellow alumnus, Nick Suche ’07, owner of Shelter Cocktail Bar and Lounge, Calgary. We sampled three delicious cocktails, enjoyed some bar snacks and ended the evening with a cocktail pouring contest.
Thank you Nick and staff for hosting this fun event and teaching us the correct techniques involved in mixing drinks!
Twenty-one young alumni shared their stories about the rewards, surprises, and challenges that follow after graduating from STS with our Grade 11 and 12 students at our annual ‘Tales from Undergrad Years’ sessions held on February 20 and 21, 2019. In a panel format, our alumni spoke about how they chose their university and undergrad program, how they balance academics and social activities, their experiences as a freshman, or their reason for taking a gap year. Students had the opportunity to ask questions and acquire advice from these alumni.
Lots of fun and laughs were enjoyed at the STS alumni social, Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at the Blackbird Public House, downtown Vancouver. Thank you to those that were able to attended, and to those that weren’t, we look forward to seeing you next time.
It is our pleasure to announce that Mrs. Sloan Pipella-Clark '81 has been selected as the recipient of the Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School (STS) 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award – the highest honour the School bestows upon its alumni.