Sep 18
Welcome Back!

Our school has transitioned into a new Mission and Values.  Our new values are, “At Cranston School, we support the whole child.  We celebrate growth. We honour diversity.”  Our mission is, “Fostering growth, resiliency and empathy in our students through personalized learning and inclusion.”  This mission and values have and will continue to live in our students and staff, as our learning journeys beyond the boundaries of Cranston as students participated in numerous learning opportunities. 

 

In 2017-2018, our students participated in a wide range of learning activities, from swimming at Bob Bahan, dance with SoundKreation, exploring downtown, Calgary Zoo, Telus Spark, Inglewood Bird Sanctuary, Glenbow Museum, Open Minds at Stampede Park and Art Commons,  and learning with Blackfoot Elders about Tipi Teachings and the Acknowledgement of the Land, just to name a few.  Students have explored their programs of study in many different ways and built rich and meaningful relationships with their teachers and peers. 

 

We look forward to working with our new and existing families and hope everyone has a great year at Cranston School.

 

Mrs. Lone Tuff and Mr. Chris Scout​ 

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