FWJ's blog

Stepping Stones Career Fair

On May 6th, Ms. Pelletier accompanied a group of grade 10, 11 and 12 students to the Stepping Stones Career Fair.

Students were excited to learn about the wide variety of training and career options. 

FNUC Guest Speaker

Cadmus Delorme from the First Nations University of Canada spoke to our grade 11 and 12 students.  

Thanks Cadmus for sharing your wisdom with our students.  

VAP Kickball City Champs!

The Wildcats defeated Martin in the city championship last night by a score of 3-2.

Both teams displayed heart, determination and sportsmanship.



CTV News at Noon

Once again, Build the Band was featured on CTV.  

Ms .Lewko, Mason V. (Arts Management Crew) and DJ M. (Singer Songwriter Crew) did a wonderful job representing FWJ.


High School Business Case Competition

Congrats to Tristan R, Shelby B, and Hung L, and Mr. Smith for competing in the High School Business Case Competition at the University of Regina.



Twelve Year Program Recipients

Congratulations to Michayla H, Kristian V, and Sydney B for being chosen as the three Grade 12 students, and Tim L, as the Grade 11 student “face to look out for” who excel in community involvement, athletics, extra-curricular activities and overall involvement and academics.  


Erin Ball (En Route Photographer), Sydney B, Tim L, Kristian V, Michayla H, Andrea Norberg (En Route Photographer)

Wildcats on CTV Morning Live

Congratulations to Ms. Thiele and Curtis F. on their appearance on CTV Morning Live

to promote Build the Band.  

Remember tickets are on sale starting Tuesday May 5th.

Build the Band with the Regina Symphony Orchestra

Female Fit Club

Come on out to F. W. Johnson's new Female Fit Club

every Tuesday & Thursday at 3:30! 


Sportsmanship Award to Wildcat Wrestlers

Congratulations to the FWJ wrestlers and Coach Koroluk on receiving the provincial Sportmanship Award from the Saskatchewan High School Athletics Association and the Saskatchewan Milk Marketing Board.  

This award is presented to the team best representing the ideals of sportsmanship at the provincial championship.  A committee of SHSAA representatives, the host committee and the game officials observe the players, coaches, team personnel and spectators throughout the championship.  These committees from the provincial championship recommended teams for this honour and Johnson was selected as the most sportsmanlike team.


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