PHOTOS: CSS parents advisory committee hosts lunch

Students and school supporters treated to turkey with all the trimmings during Friday lunch hour

Meghan Wade ® is the new chair of the School District 73 board of trustees.

Main photo:  Meghan Wade (r) the new chair of the School District 73 board of trustees, pours some gravy on her potatoes during a turkey dinner held for students and school supporters at Clearwater Secondary School on Friday, Dec. 16 during lunch hour. Behind Wade are former school trustee Hazel Wadlegger and school superintendent Alison Sidow (in patterned sweater). Serving them is Lorie Nolette, a member of the school’s PAC.

Left: Former Clearwater Secondary School student Hazel Wadlegger checks out her school sweater from the 1960s being worn by CSS principal (and her son-in-law) Darren Coates during a turkey dinner at the school on Dec. 16.

 

 

Below; Entries in a tacky Christmas sweater contest show off their finery. Pictured are (l-r) Mr. Dhanoa, Ms. Pendergast, Dalton Carr, Tyson Braaten, Jasmine Carr, Mrs. Giesbrecht, and Grayson Panko.

 

 

 

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