Extension Time Term 2 Sign-up

Please click on the link below to register for your Extension Time Class for Term 2.

Students will require their learn account username (ie JaneM2@learn.cssd.ab.ca) and password (student created).

There is a link provided for Extension Time Class Options in the form or you can refer to the option list below.


Extension Time Form - click link to choose your option


Extension Time Term 2 Option List - click link to review Extension Time Options


Two-Wheel View Program

Two Wheel View (TWV) creates opportunities for young people to learn and practice lessons in leadership, health and wellness, self-esteem, achievement and environmental stewardship through bicycle education programs and expeditions.  The after school BIke Club program uses the bicycle as a tool to develop leadership and teamwork skills as well as bike mechanic capabilities in youth ages 11-17.

Please click below for more info:

TwoWheelView Application

We Create Change

We Create Change – The Year of Empowerment This year the We Act program, supporting Free the Children, will have a special focus on empowerment! St Helena’s We Create Change group will explore the Alternative Income and Livelihood pillar of Adopt A Village. Free the Children has set a goal to empower 25,000 families with the resources and skill sets to financially equip themselves to send their children to school, and St Helena’s We Create Change group wants to help out! Check out this link to learn more about how to get involved: http://www.freethechildren.com/year-of-empowerment/.  Keep your eyes and ears open for great volunteer and fundraising opportunities coming up this school year!

Our first school campaign is “We Scare Hunger” - This October, we’re holding a food drive at St. Helena School and around the community – we’re going to collect food donations all month, then trick-or-treat for non-perishable food items instead of just candy on Halloween! The non-perishable donations will support the St. Vincent du Paul Society (Corpus Christi Chapter).

We Scare Hunger

Family Curling

Family Curling is unique in that parents and youth, as young as 6 years old, throw the rock from half way down the ice using a delivery stick.  This allows all ages to play and have fun together.  You can see more at www.familycurling.com
Why this initiative is important:
  • Curling has enhanced the lives of many youth
  • Approximately half of youth in the city do not participate in winter team sports on a regular basis
  • Curling is a different type of team sport, which will appeal to many youth who have not found the right sport for them
  • Family curling is a great way for youth to try the sport and for families to bond in a unique environment


Where can I find out about transportation to St. Helena?

If you live in Sage Hill, we share a yellow bus route with Monsignor Neville Anderson school. The map and schedule is HERE.  You must fill out a charter transportation form for your student to ride this bus, and there is an annual fee.

For Calgary Transit students, you must purchase a transit pass at a retail outlet, and then part of your purchase is refunded through the school’s rebate program.  The information is HERE.  Route and schedule information is on the Calgary Transit website, and you should check for updates!