Clearview board and community discussed funding cuts for education

Erskine community was the last to hold a community consultation meeting in November hosted by Clearview Public schools.

Erskine community was the last to hold a community consultation meeting in November hosted by Clearview Public schools. Parents, students and staff showed up that night to discuss the vital components that they need to keep continuing and or to add to their school. The board also addressed their concerns over the government clawbacks that affected our division and urged everyone to write to their MLAs to help express their own concerns for their children’s education.

All of Clearview’s community consultations will be posted on clearview.ab.ca for everyone to view.

Basketball is underway with the junior high girls and Boys practicing this week.

Dec. 7 is early Monday at 1:45 pm.

Dec. 17 is the school’s Christmas concert.

Birthday wishes go out to Traci Smith Nov. 28, Andrew Fober Nov. 29, Avery Chick Nov. 29, Dylan Zimmer Nov. 30, Emily Higging Dec. 4, Richie Miller Dec. 4, Trevor Coleman Dec. 6, Mark Neitz Dec. 7, and Bill Armstrong Dec. 8.

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