The Grade 5/6 class took to 3D Printing this year with Mrs Cooper. Using the programs 123Design, Tinkercad and MeshMixer, the students created their own aquatic animals for the aquarium.
The whole project started when Mr Peet taught the class how to use Tinkercad in the Learning Centre and they class created “Alfredo the SnowPlow Turtle”. The students picked the shapes and where they were to go and “Alfredo” was born.
Then the students used 123Design to create their own models to add to the aquarium. The end result was a colorful display of imagination and design.
This morning, Ted Sloan has started his week long residency at Clearview School. He will be working with all 7 divisions daily through this week to explore the world of drama.
Friday May 12- Non Instruction Day- No School
Monday May 15- Friday May 19 Ted Sloan Drama Residency (All grades each day)
Monday May 22– Victoria Day- No School
Wednesday May 24 School Pitch in Day- Garbage cleaning of school grounds and highway ditches (Rain out day Wednesday May 31)
Thursday May 25- Doig Day- All Grade 4 students (Rain Day Thursday May 26)
Thursday May 25- Cameron Lake Grade 4-6 Chaperone Meeting
Tuesday May 30- Cameron Lake Grade 4-6 Chaperone Meeting
Thursday June 1– Aboriginal Day- All day activities at Clearview School
Wednesday June 7– PAC Meeting AGM 1pm
Friday June 9- Elementary Track and Field Meet- Bert Bowes Track
Monday June 19- Wednesday June 21- Grade 4-6 at Cameron Lake
Wednesday June 21-Friday June 23- Grade 7-9 at Cameron Lake
Tuesday June 27- Clearview Sports Day
Thursday June 29– Pancake Breakfast, Awards Day (Busses leave by 11am) Last Day for Students
Friday June 30– Administration Day- No School
We are planning a snowman building competition at 1:45 on Friday March 17.
Please be advised that all students will need outdoor clothing including splash/ski pants as we expect the snow to be very wet.
On Thursday March 16 the school choir will be performing in the new gym fro the entire school at 12:40pm.
Please feel free to come join us and hear them sing.
The Grade 4 Girls Basketball team won the District B Basketball Tournament last night at Ecole Central Elementary School.
Congratulations Girls, what an AMAZING season!!!!!!
The InSPIRE program is a unique in-school presentation that provides teachers and students from grades 6 – 12 with a new perspective on skilled trades and technology careers through engaging and thought-provoking activities. Presentations not only link classroom subjects and students’ passions with skilled trade and technology careers, they also provide useful resources to help with further exploration of career options.
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Past Principal at Clearview School, Dave Burridge was our guest today as he ran the InSPIRE session with three separate classrooms (Grade 5/6, 7/8 and 8/9).
The groups had discussions on the skills and trades that are available in the work force as well as tried numerous different hands-on activities from Pipe connection, electricity circuits and bridge building.