The beautiful royal blue 2021 CLC hoodie is now on sale, until Jan 22. Please see the attached notice for ordering info. Hoodie Order 2021.docx
The parent portal in the MyEd student information system enables you to view your child's report cards, schedule, and other key documents. Parents/Guardians: you will were sent an email on Nov 23rd with a login ID and temporary password (please check your junk folders on that date).
Log in at https://www.myeducation.gov.bc.ca/aspen/logon.do .
The Term 1 CLC report card will be posted to the portal on Thurs. Dec. 17th in the "published reports" section. You will need to know how to log in to the portal in order to view your child's report card. This brochure will guide you in logging into your portal. We suggest that you print or save this document to your computer for quick reference.
Please note: CLC does not hand out hard copies of report cards but instead asks parents to view them in the online portal.
CLC students were given access to the Student Portal earlier this week. The Parent Portal is very similar, so your student should be able to help you if any issues arise.
Need help logging into the portal? Email us at:
CLC students: please see the attached tech tips about Teams, some phone apps, and the Student MyEd Portal.Teams and Tech Updates for CLC Students Nov 2020.docx
Every day at CLC starts off with our CLC Café in which students are invited to begin their day with a positive intention.
The CLC is working with SD43 teacher and author Bill Adair to promote positive emotional connections among our students. This includes challenging every student, every day, to "feed their Good Wolf". The Good Wolf/Bad Wolf story, as told by a Cherokee chief, is an excellent metaphor to understand true-self, false-self choices and emotional payoffs:
An old Cherokee told his grandson, "My son, there's an old battle between two wolves inside us all. One is Evil. It is anger, jealousy, greed, resentment, inferiority, lies, and ego. The other is Good. It's joy, peace, love, hope, humility, kindness, empathy, and truth." The boy thought about it, then asked, "Grandfather, which wolf wins?" The old man replied,"The one you feed."