Grade 4-9 Ski/Snowboard Trip

On March 10th, the grade 4-9 students have the opportunity to go to Canyon Ski Resort for the day.  Permission forms for this trip are posted on the online payment system (click on Pay Online).  If you wish to print the form and send your cash or cheque payment to the school, the form can be found under Students, Permission Forms.  Forms are also available at the school office. Please note that forms are due no later than February 24, 2017.


On friday Janurary 27th, 36 grade six students committed to staying up all night, 8pm to 8am, at the first ever Clear Vista Wakeathon.  Inspired by the ME to WE Movement that they learned about at WE DAY in Calgary in the fall, the students in the CV ME TO WE CREW decided to host a Wakeathon to raise money for charity.  The only stipulation was that to be able to attend the event you had to collect a minimum of $100 in pledges. A grand prize going to the top fund raiser - Carson Irwin who singlehandedly raised $230 for the event.  In addition to the money raised at this event, Clear Vista students also raised over $1000 at their Christmas Bake Sale,  another $500 raised at their first Dodgeball Tournament and still have a few more projects to go.  In addition to raising money, CV students have also collected food for the food bank during the We Scare Hunger food drive at Halloween for the local food bank.  We are so proud of the CV ME to We students!!

Clear Vista would also like to take this opportunity to thank Gary and Bailey at the WETASKIWIN CO-OP for generously donating all of the breakfast groceries/supplies at the end of the Wakeathon.

AMA Safety Patroller Reminder

As winter comes and the roads become icy, please be aware of our AMA Safety Patrollers.  They volunteer their time after school to ensure our students make it home safely.  We greatly appreciate their devotion and commend the responsibility they have undertaken.  As you drive down 47 street from 3:00 to 3:30, slow down, be aware of the location of patrollers and follow their directions.  They are aware of the potential dangers and overall situation.  If they want you to stop, they will make eye contact with you and raise their stop signs.  Once the area is safe, they will allow pedestrians to cross.  If the patrollers do not have their stop signs raised, please proceed with caution.  

We thank you for your assistance and understanding to be sure all of our students makes it home safely.

Michael Daly

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