Clearview Public Schools 2019 Clearview Star Award

By Clearview Public Schools
March 8, 2019 - 7:25am

STETTLER- Clearview Public Schools is pleased to announce that Teresa Kneeland, Steve Maruk, Justin Tanner and Troy Auton have been selected as the 2019 recipients of the 2019 Clearview Star Award.

The award recognizes staff and community members who have made significant contributions to our school communities through volunteerism, as a community partner, or supported our schools at the school community level.

Teresa Kneeland of Teresa’s Catering was nominated for the 2019 Clearview Star Award for her volunteerism and contributions to the community and Donalda School.

Teresa is involved with the Nutrition Program at Donalda School from February to June.

She works with the grade 7 to 9 students as they learn about nutrition.

She helps them prepare and serve a meal to the whole school once a week and also employs some Clearview students in her catering business.


Firefighters Steve Maruk, Justin Tanner and Troy Auton, as part of the Stettler Regional Fire Department, were nominated for the 2019 Clearview Star Award for their volunteerism, including their contributions to the community and Clearview students at Stettler Elementary School and Donalda School.

As local volunteer firefighters, they have visited Clearview schools in Stettler and Donalda to provide fire safety education.

They have also provided fire station tours to groups of students.

“Steve Maruk and Justin Tanner have graciously presented Fire Safety to our Kindergarten students for the past two years. Aside from prepping for the presentation, they give up 4 hours of their own time as they have to present to four separate classes (99 students). They serve as positive role models who show a personal interest in our students. They bring an interactive model home that demonstrates the dangers such as smoke and electrical fires. The model house is an aide to help the students visually learn about fire proofing rooms in the home. They also provided the students with fire engine hats and goody bags with educational resources for parents/children, coloring activities and emergency information. We have had plenty of positive feedback from parents about how much their child has learned about fire safety. We are so appreciative of all of the hard work that these Stettler Heros put into teaching our young children about staying safe,” - Stettler Elementary School

(Clearview Public Schools - Gary McKinnon 

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