By Cole Parkinson
The last several years have certainly been unconventional for high school students and with this year’s graduating class dealing with the pandemic restrictions for the vast majority of their time, W.R. Myers is hoping to provide some stress relief before students walk out of their doors.
Coming up on March 18, students can look forward to Myer’s grad workshops and sessions event called ‘Moving On’. Topics students can look forward to during the event will include post-secondary tips and tricks, car maintenance, personal wellness, etc, and Myers will have a variety of in-person events with some great speakers.
“Are you ready to leave high school? And the overwhelming evidence was ‘we’re not ready. We’re super stressed because of two years of COVID high school and now graduating.’ Because of that, we thought what can we do? We decided to host a little event and try to get them some information and maybe some tricks to move forward and get ready to enter life,” explained Heather Brantner, an off-campus teacher for Myers. “They really would have had one semester of Grade 10 that wasn’t COVID related.”
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