The Breeze

CWAA Breeze Newsletter September 25-29, 2017

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT FUNDRAISER – ADMAZING COUPON BOOKS: This is the last week to sell the Admazing Coupon Books. The cost of the book is $20.00 and $10 from every sale is kept by the Athletic Department. Thank you for supporting this worthwhile fundraiser. Please return money from sales or any unsold books to the office by this Friday, September 29. Thank you!

RANCHO VIGNOLA DRIED FRUIT & NUTS FUNDRAISER: Our Grades 11 & 12 are going on an educational trip during Spring Break in March, 2018 and are fundraising by selling Rancho Vignola Dried Fruits and Nuts.  Would you enjoy having access to the very best dried fruits and feshest nuts you have ever tasted? This is top quality new crop products with a great selection of raw and certified organic items.  Orders must be submitted by Thursday, September 28 with delivery towards the end of November. Attached you will find an order form for Rancho Vignola Dried Fruit and Nuts. Make sure to write your name and phone number on the order form when submitting it along with your payment.  Please contact Mrs. Kelloway directly at with any questions.

Rancho 2017/2018 Order Form


TERRY FOX RUN: The CWAA Terry Fox Run is scheduled to take place at 1:45 pm THIS THURSDAY, September 28, starting from the school parking lot. All students are allowed to wear casual clothes for this event. Students should have received pledge sheets last week and are encouraged to ask for donations from their family, friends, neighbours (with parent’s permission), etc. The fundraising goal for the 2017 CWAA Terry Fox Run is $2500. Donations of $20 or more can receive a tax receipt from the Terry Fox Foundation. Please make sure all cheques are written out to The Terry Fox Foundation. Thank you for your support as we seek to be Servants of Life at CWAA!

FOOD BANK FRIDAY: This Friday, September 29, students can dress casually if they bring a non-perishable food item for the Food Bank. Thanks for contributing! 

SECONDARY DAY OFF SCHOOL: All Secondary Students, Grade 7 to 12 will have a day off school on Friday, October 6th.

COBB’S ADVENTURE PARK & CORN MAZE (Junior Kindergarten-Grade 4): On Thursday, October 5th, Junior Kindergarten, Senior Kindergarten, Grades 1, 2, 3 & 4 will be going on a field trip to Cobb’s Corn Maze. This is an educational experience to study about Alberta farm life, animals and agriculture. The educational experiences will include Gemstone Mining, Plant Life Cycles, and the Creepy Crawlies Scavenger Hunt. This is an outdoor activity for the entire day so students are allowed to dress casually should dress weather appropriately. Students need to bring a water bottle and a sack lunch that does not need to be heated. Permission slips must be returned by Monday, October 2. Parent Volunteers are needed. Remember that volunteers are required to have an up to date police check submitted to the office. Please notify your child’s homeroom teacher if you’re able to come.

Cobb's Cornmaze Permission Form

PRAYING PARENTS: Praying parents are meeting this Thursday, September 28, after morning drop off in the lobby. Please come and join us!



Sept. 26              Anti-Bullying Chapel—Constable Damian Price

Sept. 28               Terry Fox Run

Oct. 3-5              Gr 7-9 Outdoor Education School

Oct. 5                Cobbs Corn Maze (JK – Gr 4)

Oct. 6                Grades 7-12 No School

Oct. 9                Thanksgiving Day (No School)

Oct  11               Grade 12 Trip to Gimbel Eye Centre (10 am – 12 pm)

Oct  12               Fashions Options Trip to Fabricland Northland Mall (12:10-1:40 pm)

Oct. 16               School Board Meeting 7 pm

Oct. 17               Picture Day

Oct. 17               Elementary Chapel (School Nurse presentation)

Oct. 19-22           JH CASA Flag Football Tournament, Kelowna

Oct. 20               Nursing Home Visit Grades 1 & 3, 9:30-11:30 am

Oct. 22-24           Burman Experience (Grade 12’s)

Oct  26               Grade 10 War Memorial Trip to Peace Bridge (12:50 – 3 pm)

Nov. 3-5              JH FCA Volleyball Tournament (Lacombe CHCS)





Chaplain’s Message:

Read Christ’s words in Matthew 5:3. As you think about what it means to be “poor in spirit,” read the following words:

Whom Christ pardons, He first makes penitent, and it is the office of the Holy Spirit to convince of sin. Those whose hearts have been moved by the convicting Spirit of God see that there is nothing good in themselves. They see that all they have ever done is mingled with self and sin. Like the poor publican, they stand afar off, not daring to lift up so much as their eyes to heaven, and cry, “God, be merciful to me the sinner.” Luke 18:13, R.V., margin. And they are blessed. There is forgiveness for the penitent; for Christ is “the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world.” John 1:29. God’s promise is: “Though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.” “A new heart also will I give you.… And I will put My Spirit within you.” Isaiah 1:18; Ezekiel 36:26, 27. (Ellen White, Thoughts from the Mount of Blessing, pp. 7-8)

Pastor Brent


Chinook Winds Adventist Academy