Clearview Public Schools invites nominations for the Clearview Award of Merit and the Clearview Star Award

Full details can be obtained through Clearview’s web site or from central office in Stettler

Do you know someone from our communities who has achieved excellence nationally or internationally?

Or an individual who has made a significant contribution to the lives and welfare of students in Clearview through volunteerism or community relations?

If so, consider nominating them for either the Clearview Award of Merit or Clearview Star Award.

The Clearview Award of Merit celebrates the personal achievement of students and staff, past and present, who have achieved excellence in a particular field, for which they are recognized either provincially, nationally and/or internationally.

The Clearview Star Award recognizes staff and community members who have made significant contributions to our school communities through volunteerism, as a community partner, or supported our schools at the school community level.

Clearview proudly honours its students, employees, and community members with these two special awards.

By recognizing excellence and recognizing those that support learning success, we celebrate our communities and our students, and future generations of students.

Full details can be obtained through Clearview’s web site or from central office in Stettler.

Nomination packages should be submitted to Peter Neale, associate superintendent of Clearview Public Schools, at 5031-50th St., Box 1720, Stettler.

The postal code is T0C 2L0.

-Submitted

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

The Stettler ATOM female team will be having a Hockey Fights Hunger Food Drive Feb. 8th

Drop off locations will include Canadian Tire, No Frills and Sobeys from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Cattle Show set to return to Stettler Jan. 31st and Feb. 1st

“Stettler, historically, has been a very strong cattle community. It was a real hub for the cattle industry.”

Archie Lunevich presents a $30,000 cheque to Leona Thorogood, chair of Stettler Health Services Foundation

The funds will be used to purchase equipment for the upcoming renovated ER department at the hospital

Hearts for Hospice Dine and Dance: Lively fundraising event set for Feb. 8th

Event will feature live band, catered meal, silent auction, and much more

Stettler’s Big Brothers Big Sisters has plenty of events lined up for the first part of 2020

January is Mentoring Month across Canada and throughout North America

VIDEO: Nickelback gears up for nostalgia tour

Canadian band joins Stone Temple Pilots for a summer tour that includes just one stop in Canada

Canadian law firm launches class action on behalf of Iran flight victims

Flight 752 was shot down by Iran shortly after take off

Energy companies owe more than double the tax to Alberta municipalities

Survey says communities are owed $173 million — up 114% since last spring

No gondola from Banff to Mount Norquay, feds say

Parks Canada dismisses proposal for gondola, Grizzly Pavilion and boardwalks

U.S. officials confirm first case of Wuhan coronavirus near Seattle

The U.S. is the fifth country to report seeing the illness

Nine times lucky? Alberta’s Northern Cree takes another shot at Grammy gold

The group originates from the Saddle Lake Cree Nation in northern Alberta

Tax revolt? Unpaid taxes from energy companies to Alberta towns more than double

The association says they are owed a total of $173 million

New post-secondary funding model in Alberta tied to performance measures

By 2022, up to 40 per cent of post-secondary funding could be linked to performance

Alberta bulldog breeder ordered to refund B.C. buyer over puppy’s behaviour

Tribunal ruled a verbal agreement to send a new dog superseded the written contract

Most Read