This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

Jingle Bell Jog meets Run for the Claus at Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan

Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus!

Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.”

Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit.

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This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)

This year, Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan partnered with the Clements Centre to raise awareness and funds for their programming by combining the school’s annual last day of school event with their efforts and so the QMS Jingle Bell Jog met Run for the Claus! Students wore red/green, reindeer antlers and elf ears, while Grade 12s donned full Santa suits to really “run for a claus.” Spearheaded by QMS teacher Tim Van Vliet, students culminated their holiday season celebrations with a healthy run in the fresh air and just a dash of Christmas spirit. (Photos courtesy of QMS)