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Skills Canada InSPIRE Presentation

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.

Clearview Elementary Girls A Team- 2nd Place

A very big congratulations to the Clearview Girls A Team who played in the Year End District Tournament on Friday March 3 at NPSS.

The girl lost their first game to Alwin Holland but followed it up with 5 straight wins including a shoot out in the Semi final to advance to the Championship Game. The final was a rematch against Alwin Holland and ended up going into a shoot out. The last shooter for Alwin Holland was successful in making their shot (at 10:50pm) and it gave the Alwin Holland team the win. Clearview Girls held their heads very high as they were presented their second place ribbons.

Great work girls!!!!

A very big thank you goes out to the parents and siblings that showed their support from 4pm-11pm that night. The extra support from the crowd was a huge boost.



The Grade 4-9 Skate-A-Thon will be happening tomorrow, Wednesday February 15 at 12:40pm at the Clearview Arena.

Pledge sheets were handed out several weeks ago to the students in Grade 4-9. Funds raised at this event will be used to offset the Cameron Lake Trip at the end of the year for Grade 4-9.