New Clubs at Crossing Park School

Each year Crossing Park School offers a wide range of extra-curricular activities such as: 

  • Choir
  • Bhangra
  • School Patrols
  • Do Good Crew
  • Elementary Art
  • Cobra Council
  • Girl’s Culture
  • Media Club
  • Community (When requested)
  • SAGA

In response to The School Act, The Act to Amend the Alberta Bill of Rights to Protect our Children (Formerly Bill 10), Crossing Park School continues two Clubs: SAGA for Grade 7-9 students and Community Club for Grade 4-6 students.

SAGA

Also know as Sexual and Gender Acceptance club, this club focuses on issues and awareness for LGBTQ topics both in our school and in the community as a whole. This club is open to all students 7-9 who would like to attend, LGBTQ identifying or not, Wednesdays at lunch time in room 214. Supervising teacher is Ms. Bailey. Feel free to contact Ms. Bailey at acbailey@cbe.ab.ca or 403-777-7195 ext. 7414 with any questions.

Community Club (when requested)

This club will focus on safe and caring schools as well as building community in our school. Issues will not directly relate to LGBTQ issues, but rather issues of social acceptance, community involvement and stewardship as will as anti-bullying. This club will be open to all students grades 4-6. 

Clubs

New Clubs at Crossing Park School

Each year Crossing Park School offers a wide range of extra-curricular activities such as: 

  • Choir
  • Bhangra
  • School Patrols
  • Do Good Crew
  • Elementary Art
  • Cobra Council
  • Girl’s Culture
  • Media Club
  • Community (When requested)
  • SAGA

In response to The School Act, The Act to Amend the Alberta Bill of Rights to Protect our Children (Formerly Bill 10), Crossing Park School continues two Clubs: SAGA for Grade 7-9 students and Community Club for Grade 4-6 students.

SAGA

Also know as Sexual and Gender Acceptance club, this club focuses on issues and awareness for LGBTQ topics both in our school and in the community as a whole. This club is open to all students 7-9 who would like to attend, LGBTQ identifying or not, Wednesdays at lunch time in room 214. Supervising teacher is Ms. Bailey. Feel free to contact Ms. Bailey at acbailey@cbe.ab.ca or 403-777-7195 ext. 7414 with any questions.

Community Club (when requested)

This club will focus on safe and caring schools as well as building community in our school. Issues will not directly relate to LGBTQ issues, but rather issues of social acceptance, community involvement and stewardship as will as anti-bullying. This club will be open to all students grades 4-6. 

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