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Cultivating Compassion: Embracing Kindness in December

Greetings, wonderful parents and students!


Embracing the Spirit of Giving: CLHS Students Spread Compassion this Christmas Season

As the magical season of Christmas approaches, our students are not just decking the halls but also spreading the spirit of compassion and kindness. In a world that can often seem hectic and fast-paced, it's heartwarming to witness the emergence of empathy and generosity among our student community.

Caring is Sharing: A Season of Compassion

This Christmas, our students are taking a step beyond the twinkling lights and festive decorations to focus on what truly matters - compassion for those around us. From organizing food drives to crafting handmade cards for the elderly, our students are embodying the true essence of the season by spreading joy to those who may need it the most.

Acts of Kindness, Big and Small

Small gestures can make a significant impact, and our students are proving just that. Whether it's helping a fellow classmate with their studies, sharing a warm cup of cocoa, or simply offering a listening ear, these acts of kindness are creating a ripple effect of positivity throughout our school community.

Giving Back to the Community

Christmas is not just a time for receiving; it's a time for giving back. Our students are engaging in community service projects, collaborating with local charities, and making a real difference in the lives of those less fortunate. From collecting donations for the food bank to volunteering their time, our students are embodying the true spirit of Christmas by selflessly giving to others.

Inspiring Others to Join In

The compassionate efforts of our students are inspiring others to join in and make a difference. By fostering a culture of empathy, we hope to create a community where kindness knows no bounds. Together, we can amplify the impact of our collective compassion and make this Christmas season truly special for everyone involved.

A Call to Action: How You Can Make a Difference

As we approach Christmas, consider how you can contribute to the spirit of compassion in your own way. Whether it's reaching out to a friend in need, participating in a community service project, or simply spreading kindness wherever you go, every small effort counts. Let's make this Christmas a season of love, warmth, and compassion for all.

May your hearts be filled with the joy of giving, and may the spirit of Christmas continue to shine bright in the lives of our students and the entire community. Happy holidays!

Connect with Our Student Advocacy Counsellors: Here to Support 
Seeking guidance or want to discuss well-being? Our Student Advocacy Counsellors are here for you.

Our Counsellors are:

Erin Mac Donald (A-K)

Kimberly Turchyn (L-M)

Reach out by email or call 780-639-0039.


Cold Lake High School will also be accepting donations of food, hygiene items and gift cards. These items are for Cold Lake High School students and their families that are in need. Extra items will be donated to the Cold Lake Food Bank. 

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