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 St. Clement School is a fully accredited International Baccalaureate World School, serving students in Kindergarten through grade 9 in the Knottwood, Summerside and Ellerslie Crossing communities, bound by 91st Street and 66th Street from 23rd Avenue south to the city limits. Yellow school bussing is available within our boundary areas. Bus service provided by Edmonton Transit from the Lakewood and Town Center terminals make the school very accessible. We are proud to be the south side location for the Primary and Middle Years International Baccalaureate (IB) programs. The IB programs are internationally recognized for their academic rigor and emphasis on helping students to become active learners, well-rounded individuals and engaged world citizens. We promote a strong sense of family through barbecues, dances and carnivals. We are committed to community and service through social justice activities and supporting local charities such as the Sign of Hope Campaign, Canadian Cancer Society and the Edmonton Christmas Bureau. We instill a strong sense of spirituality through our religious celebrations, regular prayer, relationships, service and partnership with our local St. Theresa's Parish.

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On Thursday, June 11th, Elementary students will participate in FUN DAY!

Children should be prepared to be outdoors all day.  It is recommended that students wear sunscreen and a hat to school and that they carry a water bottle labelled with their name throughout the day.

This event will be cancelled in the event of inclement weather.

We are looking for a few parent volunteers to help sort and distribute frozen treats during this event.  If you are available, please email Darci Hauck (



         Hallway Sale!!     

Under the transdisciplinary theme How We Organize Ourselves, the grade 3 students have been learning how non-government organizations address needs and concerns in communities. To culminate the unit, the students have all created their very own non-government organizations to address needs and concerns in Edmonton. One resounding passion that many students communicated was a desire to help the homeless.


Many groups are taking action to help this cause. Some students are teaching  younger grades about homelessness in Edmonton, others are making cards for homeless citizens who use Hope Mission, while others are creating various hand-made items and baked goods to be sold to raise money. 


Next Wednesday, May 27, the grade 3 students will be putting on a “Hallway Sale” for grades 1, 2, and 3 to sell the items they have made. Everything that will be sold has been made by students.


Some items that will be for sale are:


-              Cookies

-              Lemonade

-              Other baked goods

-              Rainbow looms

-              Hand-made cards

-              Drawings students have created


All items will be $1.00 or less and all money raised will be donated to Hope Mission.  We are so excited to take action to help those in need in our city!











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