Staff and students soaked one another with water at Kelset Elementary in the annual end-of-year water fight on Friday, June 23. (Twitter)

Staff brought out the big guns in annual water fight at Kelset Elementary

The North Saanich Fire Department showed up and surprised the unsuspecting Grade 5s with a super soak.

At Kelset Elementary it was teachers versus students in a war that saw no limits – the weapon of choice, water. But what the unsuspecting Grade 5s didn’t know was that staff had a secret up their sleeve.

That secret? The North Saanich Fire Department.

Judging from the photos, the annual staff and student water fight was a wet success.

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