Clubs

Mount View School provides a number of activities and clubs that assist in teaching social skills and discipline while providing fun things to do. These activities foster good community spirit. Extracurricular activities can take place after classes, at recess and at lunch hour. 

Examples of clubs include things like:

  • Drumming
  • Art
  • Choir
  • Scrapbooking
  • HandbelIs
  • French

In addition to clubs, Mount View School and our School Council plan family or student activities. 

May Club Updates

Junior ATB News

Calgary Drop-In & Rehab Centre

The students in Junior ATB have decided that this year they would like to collect money for the Calgary Drop-In & Rehab Centre. Your donation provides needed programs and services for Calgarians experiencing homelessness and extreme poverty. "From food and shelter, to counseling, education, employment, and affordable housing — your support lifts people up, and helps lives begin." -Drop-In Centre.

Students can drop off their donations in a collection jar at the main office. We sincerely appreciate any amount you can give!

Games Club

The grade 1/2 games club has come to an end. Thank you to all students who brought games and participated in the club. They were able to socialize with a variety of students and learn new games and skills.

Running Club

To promote an active, healthy life style AND to have fun, Running Club is being offered for students in Grades 3 - 6. Starting May 8 and ending May 22, students can meet on the school field on Tuesdays and Thursdays to participate in running club (8:05am – 8:25am). Running club will happen rain or shine so please dress appropriately and bring a water bottle.

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