Teaching for Transformation


"Do you want to build a snowman?"

Posted on Oct. 5, 2018

Our Grade 6 class had an amazing time spending time outside and enjoying God's creation this afternoon! It took some team building but together they made two, very tall, snowmen.  What a great way to…

Serving others!

Posted on Sep. 28, 2018

Our Grade 3 class is hosting their annual food drive supporting the food pantry at the church next door. Our students are learning about community-building as this pantry helps people in our own neighbourhood. …

Sharing the gift of vision

Posted on Jan. 12, 2018

Some Grade Nine students took a trip back to grade one today to invite the first graders into a story of Justice Seeking and praising God for the gift of sight.  Last year, when they were in grade 8,…


Celebrating with our Maintenance Staff!

Posted on Dec. 20, 2017

This Grade 4 class is celebrating Christmas together with our maintenance staff. Special music was prepared by a few of the staff to share at this special Christmas celebration. Students used this opportunity…


Posted on Nov. 30, 2017

CCS has some unique neighbours as the school property is adjacent to Shalem and Glenmeadow Gardens. The senior and 55+ buildings have many long-time residents and some who have connections to Calgary…

Partnering with Brown Bagging Calgary

Posted on Oct. 30, 2017

The Grade 5 students, partnered with Brown Bagging for Calgary's Kids, created trail mix snack bags which were donated to a local school in need.  These snacks are used at the school to give to hungry…

Seeking Justice

Posted on Oct. 6, 2017

Our Grade 3 class has challenged the school to participate in a Food Drive!  All items received will go to fill the shelves of the Emmanuel Church Food Pantry.  Due date is Friday, October 13.  The…

Kindness rocks!

Posted on Oct. 4, 2017

Today the students of 5TM placed their kindness rocks throughout the school grounds.  If you're visiting our ES campus, please look for these colourful rocks with inspirational and encouraging words! …