Thursday, November 3 from 4:15-7:00 p.m. 10 minute appointments We invite all parents to meet with their child’s teachers on the evening of November 3. Please call our office (204-346-9644) to make an appointment with the teacher(s) you would like to meet with. Please remember that you may wish to meet with their Homeroom Teacher, Phys Ed Teacher, Music Teacher, French Teacher, Industrial Arts Teacher, Human Ecology Teacher or Resource Teacher. We have scheduled the Parent Teacher Conference to be… Read More
Have a SENSATIONAL summer! All the best to our Grade 8 students as they enter SRSS. We know you will do well. We look forward to welcoming back all our returning students, and especially want to welcome NEW students – all our Grade 5 students and students who are moving to our school and community. Have a great summer!
Report cards were sent home with students on June 28th. Report cards for students who were not at school on June 28th were put in the mail that afternoon. Due to the potential Canada Post strike, we have made alternate arrangements to ensure that all parents can get their child’s report card. If you have not received your child’s report card by Thursday, June 30, please call the school and arrange for pickup of the report card before 1:00 p.m.… Read More
Beginning on April 28, 2016, Clearspring Middle School will facilitate a community engagement through the online group insight platform, Thoughtexchange. We invite all parents/guardians of children attending our school to take part in this unique and exciting opportunity to share their thoughts. Contribute to the conversation, and help our school identify community-shared priorities, appreciations, and concerns. The results of this engagement will help inform future decisions at the school and divisional levels. Participation is voluntary but as our partners in… Read More
On February 24th, Clearspring Middle School focused on kindness. It was Pink Shirt day across the country, and our school participated. I hesitate to say we celebrated Pink Shirt day, because the goal of the day is to draw attention to how we mistreat one another, and to take action(s) to create a culture that is deeply rooted in kindness. Our students chose to focus on three mistreatments: gossip, name calling, and exclusion. Each student was given a strip of… Read More
Over the years of talking and doing surveys with students, I hear over and over again that students are most likely to go to peers before coming to adults with concerns. So often we establish programs that are geared at having students come to adults. This year, we decided to try something different. We have started what we call Safe School Allies. Rather than trying to reprogram students to come to adults first, we are embracing the power that students… Read More
We are the Mini-MAC Group (Making A Change). We call ourselves the M&M’s. We help our community & other countries that need our support. We need your help to raise money. How you can do it…when you come to a CMS concert there will be a money basket going around and you could put in just a little bit of change, even 25 cents will do. Half the money we raise will go to our music program and the other… Read More
The Grade 5 Neighbourhood has a busy week planned for December 14-18! Please see the details below to stay informed of the many different things happening: Wednesday, December 16th – Christmas Concert Dress rehearsal in the morning. Students should arrive at the school at 6:40 p.m. Christmas Concert begins at 7:00 p.m. There will be a coin collection to support the music program and to donate to Free the Children. We hope to see you all there! Thursday, December 17th… Read More