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December 10, 2018

Report Freeze

Our first assessment report freeze has now begun on PowerSchool. For this week, you are able to see your child’s marks and general comments without anything changing on PowerSchool. In order to see your child’s homeroom general comments, please click on the “i” icon under the T1 column in the Homeroom course. There are also… Read more »

December 04, 2018

Great Kids Award Nominations Extended

The 2019 Great Kids Award nomination period has been extended to 4 p.m. on January 31, 2019. Many young Albertans become Great Kids in the face of life challenges, such as a physical or mental illness, overcoming a difficult living situation or standing up against bullying. Despite these challenges, they inspire and change the lives… Read more »

November 26, 2018

Christmas Concert – A Country Christmas with a City Twist-mas

As is tradition at Covenant, our K-3 students will be presenting our annual Christmas program.  On Thursday, December 20th, there will be performances at 1:30 and 6:30 pm.  This year’s performance is called ” Country Christmas with a City Twist-mas.”  In lieu of charging admission, we would like to ask for donations to the food… Read more »

November 21, 2018

Food Drive

Mrs. Vande Kraats’ Kindergarten Class (KV) and Mrs. Clark’s 6C class are pleased to announce the imminent return of the CCS Food Bank Drive, November 19th to 30th. We will be trying to fill Mr. Drader’s office with plenty of food before the Christmas season. Another exciting incentive is that each student that brings a… Read more »

November 14, 2018

Carving Pumpkins in Kindergarten

Our kindergarten classes had a great time carving pumpkins at the end of October! Once the pumpkins were cleaned out and carved, a small candle was lit inside and the classroom lights turned off so the students could see their handiwork.  They used this time to talk about God being the light of the world… Read more »

October 23, 2018

New Mural

Each morning our prayer for our students is to live out our core purpose: Flourishing Learners, Delight in God, Inspired to Serve. This week we also had it put on our office wall to serve as a visual reminder to our staff, students, and visitors. There is no place His hand does not touch! 

October 22, 2018

Grandparents/Special Friends Day

Each year we encourage our students to invite a grandparent(s) or a special friend to visit them at school. We will have an assembly at 1:00 pm and then have open classrooms until 2:45 pm. In addition, our library will again host the “Adopt-A-Book” event. You will be able to purchase books starting at 12:15… Read more »

October 22, 2018

PCCE Teacher’s Convention

This is a highlight for our staff as it’s such a great opportunity for spiritual renewal, professional growth, networking and connecting with colleagues. This year, in addition to the conference, we also spent some time team building at an Escape Room! Somehow, all three groups made it out of there room and have plenty of… Read more »

October 10, 2018

Terry Fox Run

On Friday, October 5, we held our annual Terry Fox Run.  After an assembly, all staff and students gathered outside in front of the school for a photo.  Then, the junior high students, followed by the grade 4 to 6 students and finally the grade 1 to 3 students headed out to race.  Some teachers… Read more »

October 10, 2018

Orange Shirt Day

The Orange Shirt Campaign – Every Child Matters remembers the experiences of former students of Indian Residential Schools and is a commitment to ongoing reconciliation in Canada.  This year, Orange Shirt Day was on September 30.  As that day fell on a weekend, we commemorated the day on October 4.  We held an assembly first… Read more »