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With the daily temperature highs predicted to be just below zero degrees for the rest of the week, students are reminded to drive safely at school and in the community. Always maintain control of your vehicle to keep everyone safe in our parking lots.

Semester Two Course Change Requests
Thank you to all the students who submitted course change requests through our Google Survey. The last day for all semester two course changes will be Wednesday, February 7, 2024.

Congratulations to our Varsity Boys Basketball team who placed first last weekend at the Bowness Trojan Classic beating the home team, the Bowness Trojans, by a score of 71-66. Great work, Lakers. Both Boys' Basketball Teams will play their next home games tonight and tomorrow in our Wilson Gym against Cochrane and George McDougall, respectively. The Varsity Girls' Basketball Team will play Cochrane on Wednesday as well.

Congratulations to Kaden, Caeden, Ryan, and Orrin, who placed 2nd in the RVS Curling Divisionals. They will be competing in the South-Central Zone Championships in Cochrane this Wednesday and Thursday. Good luck Lakers. Grade 10 badminton tryouts will take place in the Wilson Gym every lunch hour for the next few weeks.

Fine Arts
Auditions are complete for our production of Shrek the Musical. Casting will be announced by the end of this week. Any parents who would like to support the play in any capacity are encouraged to contact Ms. Fulthorpe at

Cosmetology is open for clients for Semester 2! We are particularly looking for haircut models, male or female. All services, availability, and prices are listed on the booking site. All services are supervised by a Red Seal Hairstylist Journeyman.

Recognizing our CHS community:
Our staff is continuing an initiative at CHS where we recognize students for their achievements inside and outside of school. Every month we will showcase these achievements on the hallway televisions around our school community. If you would like to bring your child's name forward because of an achievement or involvement you would like recognized, please email Ms. Taylor at Please include your child's name, a picture of them involved with the specific activity (if possible, otherwise the school picture will be used), and the reason you would like them to be recognized. This can include school-appropriate efforts such as athletics, fine arts, community volunteerism, philanthropy, etc.

AES Survey - Grade 10 Parents
The Alberta Education Assurance Survey (AES) is now open for students in Grade 10 parents/guardians. Submissions close on March 1, 2024. Parents/guardians can complete the survey online. Packages were sent to parents/guardians via Canada Post which included:

  • a Parent Notification Letter containing information about the survey;

  • a letter containing a Random Access Code (RAC) and a QR code for accessing the survey online;

  • and instructions for accessing the survey in other languages.

One survey is to be completed for each child and parents/guardians will receive separate RACs for each child. The survey is available in English or French. If you require a survey in a language other than English or French, contact your school principal. Punjabi, Cree, Korean, Denesuł̨in̨e,́ Tagalog, Chinese (Traditional or Simplified), Arabic, Spanish or Urdu translations are currently available. Please contact your school with questions upon receiving the survey package.

Parent-Teacher Interviews (PTIs)
The next PTIs are scheduled for Thursday, March 7, 2024.

Semester One Assessments
Semester one report cards are now available in PowerSchool. Semester one Diploma Exam marks will be available to students on February 19, 2024, in PASI.

School Fees
Semester two school fees will be posted on School Cash on Friday, February 9, 2024, and are due by Thursday, February 29, 2024. Please contact Ms. Zaremba at 403.272.8868 or if any student/parent/guardian has any questions regarding school fees or would like to explore payment options or waivers before the February 29th deadline.

Land Acknowledgment

Rocky View Schools would like to acknowledge the land and recognize all the Indigenous Peoples whose footprints have marked these lands from time immemorial. Together, we can learn and honour the Ways of Knowing of Indigenous Peoples for all future generations.