The Breeze for the week of April 28-May 2, 2014

Re-Registration Continues! Thank you to all parents who have submitted Re-Registration packages! We are looking forward to seeing all re-registration packages return to CWAA by April 30, as this will enable us to plan for our 2014-2015 school year. (Please note: our Kindergarten program will be capped at 20 students and all Grades 1-12 class sizes will be capped at 24 students.) If you require any additional admissions forms, please visit our website or call the office.

2014-2015 Staff Changes : We are sad to report that three of our beloved staff members will be leaving us for the 2014-2015 school year: Mrs. Crews (Librarian/Elementary Educational Assistant), Mr. Bedford (Junior High Humanities) and Ms. Guet (Grade 4). Mrs. Crews is returning to university to pursue a teaching degree, Mr. Bedford will be joining his soon-to-be-bride in Edmonton and Ms. Guet is returning home to Edmonton to be closer to her family. We wish them God’s richest blessing as they depart from CWAA.

Hike-a-Thon Friday, May 9, 2014. We are excited to focus on a local charity project. More information to come! Parent volunteers are welcome and needed!

Friend Day Friday, May 16, 2014. Please encourage your children to bring a friend to CWAA Friend Day! More information on our website!

CWAA Prayer & Dedication Service – Friday, June 6, 2014 – The CWAA Board and Administration would like to extend a warm invitation to all CWAA Students, Parents, Teachers, Board Members, Church Pastors and interested Community members to join us for a Prayer, Praise & Dedication Service for Chinook Winds Adventist Academy. Come out & join us in praising God for His abiding presence at our school and to seek God’s will for our future!

MUSIC DEPARTMENT: Continues to fundraise for their upcoming Music Tour to Los Angeles this May: Cookie Dough –We have a dozen tubs of assorted varieties available at the school for the cost of $15 each.  Thank you for supporting the Music Department. Please see Rachel Miranda at the school or e-mail rmiranda@nullcwaa.net for more information.

GRADE 9 COOKIE SALE FUNDRAISER: Elementary and Junior/Senior High: Tuesday during their lunchtime.

GRADES 1-4 Field Trip: On Thursday, May 22nd, Grades 1-4 will be going on a field trip to the Telus Spark Science Centre.  Grades 1 and 2 will attend the Junior Architects workshop and the Grades 3 and 4 will attend the Machine Makers Workshop.  Please find the attached permission slip and return it by Thursday, May 15th. We will need 6 parent volunteers to come with us.  Grades 1 and 2 will need one parent volunteer per class and Grades 3 and 4 will need two parent volunteers per class.  If you are available on that day and have a police clearance on file at the office, we would like you to join us.  Please notify your child’s homeroom teacher if you are able to come.   Attached is the permission slip. Thanks!

 

IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES:

May 1         Junior High Badminton Tournament in Okotoks   

May 6         Grade 10-12 Field Trip to Rosebud Theatre

May 9         Hike-a-thon (rescheduled from April 25)

May 15       K-12 CWAA Spring Concert

May 16       Friend Day

May 19       Victoria Day (No School)

May 20       School Board Meeting

May 21-25  Choir/Band Music Tour to Los Angeles

May 22       Grades 1-4 Field Trip to Telus Spark Science Centre

May 22       Kindergarten Field trip to Butterfield Acres

May 25-28  Grades 5 & 6 Outdoor School

May 31       Grade 12 Graduation Consecration Service

June 1        Grade 12 Graduation Commencement Service

 

Chaplain’s Message

“A good person produces good things from the treasury of a good heart, and an evil person produces evil things from the treasury of an evil heart. What you say flows from what is in your heart.” (Luke 6:45 NLT).

“The heart is the well-spring of life. Therefore, parenting is concerned with shepherding the heart. You must learn to work from the behavior you see, back to the heart, exposing heart issues for your children. In short, you must learn to engage them, not just reprove them. Help them see the ways that they are trying to slake their souls’ thirst with that which cannot satisfy. You must help your kids gain a clear focus on the cross of Christ.” (Tripp, Tedd. Shepherding a Childs Heart (2nd Edition). Wapwallopen, PA: Shepherd Press, 2003.)

May we as parents and educators seek to direct young people to focus their hearts on Christ!

Pastor Brent

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