Go ACE Go!

Seniors thank teens for job well done

On Tuesday, June 7 there was a special Seniors & Teens lunch. This was a gift from the students of ACE, paid for with the money they earned during the year through various events like bbqs, silent auctions & garage sales.

The students decided, without any input from the school staff, that they would provide the entire lunch themselves including preparation, cooking & the serving of the food. There were over 60 people there which made it really busy but the students were able to cope with everything. The seniors were full of praise for the students and the professional manner in which they conducted the whole event. These students are regular teenagers, that with the support and guidance of the ACE staff are becoming responsible & respected members of our community. We thank them for their kindness, generosity & thoughtfulness. We are lucky to have such students in Agassiz.

Eunice Royle

A.H.S.P.S

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