It was an exciting day at Clearview with the students skipping, sharing, tangling, and eating all sorts of great treats!
We are doing a coin drive for the heart and stroke fun. House teams will be competing to collect the most money but ultimately the heart and stroke association wins! Please send in your coins this week!
We are looking forward to the experience of hosting such a prestigious event in Fort St. John. We hope that everyone has the opportunity to experience some part of the games. They are still looking for volunteers so if you are able to help in any way please contact https://www.bcgames.org/Volunteer
BC Winter Games–
On Thursday, February 20th and Friday, February 21st, there will be no regular instruction at any school sites nor will there be any busses transporting students. Students are encouraged to participate and support the games through competition, volunteering and spectating.
We will be having a 50th celebration in the spring. We will let you know more as soon as the date and activity have been chosen.
We are looking forward to having our annual book fair Feb. 11, 12, and 13th. We will have a large assortment of books, games, and scholastic products for sale. Flyers will come home next week with more details. If there are any parents that can help with the book fair please let us know.
Congratulations to Mrs. Cooper’s intermediate class and Miss Davis’ class for winning the challenge. They will receive a pizza lunch on Thursday, February 6th.
Most of our elementary students participated in the challenge and for many we saw some nice improvements with their reading! Thank you parents for supporting the challenge and encouraging your children to read.
We were excited to have Mrs. Bowyer here to help us learn the art of zentangling! It was a very positive experience. More artwork to come soon.
Just a reminder that the teachers will be attending sessions on Friday and Monday so there will be no school for students.
Remember to bring in your reading sheets on Tuesday. Congratulations to all of those students who have already done a lot of reading to help their team.