CAPE School is focused on achieving academic and personal excellence. This is achieved through the personalized integrated program. This program is supported through community partnerships, partnerships with parents, collaboration with external services, and a counselling approach to discipline.
Under the leadership of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit team, CAPE has developed a Land Acknowledgment document as part of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Teacher Donna Goyer-Franz’s interest in the First Nations, Métis and Inuit culture, history and traditions was instrumental in the development of the document. Bruce Dynes of Framing & Art Centre in Medicine Hat graciously framed this document and it now hangs in our school’s main entrance for all to see, read, and reflect.
CAPE school engaged in various activities during the month of December. The School-Wide Events Committee planned several events including the opportunity for CAPE families to donate to either The Root Cellar or the Women’s Shelter. Giving back to the community is an important and integral aspect of the partnership we have with community organizations. A grand total of $3120.97 was raised and donated ($3120.97 to the Root Cellar and $757.43 to the Women’s Shelter). We are very proud of these efforts from our wonderful CAPE families and students.