Please join us as we will be hosting an open house to celebrate the career of Linda Knoppers. All the details are on the invitation below.
Thank you to all of the canvassers, coordinators, volunteers, staff and families that took part in this year’s Marketplace and Auction. Despite the snow, we were able to put on a wonderful day of fun and fellowship! As a community, we were able to raise approximately $36,000 for replacing our fluorescent lights in our classrooms… Read more »
Our annual Family Marketplace and Auction is fast approaching on Saturday, April 27. The Marketplace will be open from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm and will feature several “boutiques”, a games gallery with inflatables and face painting, a dunk tank featuring a few of our teachers, bakery, coffee shoppe and sweet shoppe. The live auction… Read more »
We are in need of a full-time custodian. Please see below for details regarding this job opportunity. A complete job description can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or stopping by the school office.
The Spring Drama performances of The Lion King Jr. were absolutely amazing! All four performances were really well done and enjoyed by all those in the audience. Thank you to all the students, staff and parents for the many hours that were poured into costumes, set design, choir/music and rehearsals to make this year’s drama… Read more »
CCS “Lion King Jr.” drama production is this week Wednesday & Thursday! Our students, parents and staff have put in many hours to prepare for this production and we are excited to share this show with our school community, family, friends and our Leduc community. If you have already bought tickets, thank you! For those interested… Read more »
Wednesday was Pink Shirt Day, and our school like all others took part. Although, if a child is wore a pink shirt or not, the message is still the same for everyone. To choose kindness. To choose love over hate. To stop trying to build ourselves up by putting others down. The message is simple,… Read more »
Today is the 100th day of school! As per usual, students and teachers alike are really feeling their age today! Such a fun way to investigate the number 100!
On Tuesday, Covenant was excited to host Jacob Moon, who played songs and spoke to the students on hearing God’s voice in a world full of noise. Jacob brought out the musical talents of many students and staff, who got to sing/play/beatbox beside him as he showed us how music is his way to hear… Read more »
On Monday, Covenant was blessed to have Dr. Eva Olsson come to the school and speak to our junior high students about hate, indifference and intolerance. Her history is one of tragedy, as a prisoner of Auschwitz death camp, Eva told us the story of how when hate is unchecked it turns to rage. She… Read more »