Each year, on a date in September, students at CMJHS are encouraged to wear orange in solidarity with our First Nations members to recognize and remember the impact of residential schools.
Each year, students at CMJHS participate in the Terry Fox Run. Historically, we have been one of the highest fundraising schools (based on per-student calculations) in the province.
â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹On November 15th, CMJH is proud to wear moccasins! We are standing together worldwide, while recognizing our individuality and diversity! #ROCKYOURMOCS #cmjhsunitedinourdiversity
In the weeks leading up to Christmas break, our Leadership classes run events to raise food and funds for local charities. The Hockey for Hunger program has successfully raised several hundred food items for our local food banks.
Once per year, Crowther students are invited to join in the "We are Silent" campaign, where students do not speak for the entire day to raise awareness and funds to assist others in developing countries in improving quality of life.
Crowther Memorial also takes part in Wear Pink Day, to show our support in promoting safe and caring schools, that are free from bullying.