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Belvedere Parkway Playground Plans

Belvedere Parkway School Playground Project

By | March 6, 2023

We love our school, but our playground is a little underwhelming. The current set up works well for our youngest community members, but our grade 4, 5 and 6 students have historically been without an appropriate play space. That is about to change! We’re currently fundraising to add a small Agility Playground to our school  Continue Reading »

Riverside School Parent Society

By | February 27, 2023

  It’s been a challenging few years for all schools including Riverside but we’re ready to look forward and start making our school even better! Your donations would be hugely appreciated and will go towards enriching our children’s learning opportunities and building on the sense of belonging at Riverside. Your donations for this year’s campaign  Continue Reading »


Rosedale Learning Commons

By | February 15, 2023

  We are updating the Rosedale School Learning Commons and need your help to bring the project to completion! Once we have hit our fundraising target to cover the brick-and-mortar costs the additional funds will be going towards the Rosedale School Loonies for Literacy campaign to help furnish the new bookshelves with exciting and transformational  Continue Reading »

Students working on laptops

Mount Royal School – School Society Campaign

By | September 29, 2022

Mount Royal Junior High’s School Council is setting up a general fund for our school. The funds raised will be used to improve student experiences and educational development. The funds will go towards such things as: physical education equipment, field trips, learning commons resources, technology, and other curriculum enhancements. Let’s work together to support Mount  Continue Reading »

Students working on laptops

David Thompson School Supports the CBE Welcome Centre

By | September 28, 2022

David Thompson School’s Student vs Teacher volleyball is back, and this year it is in support of newcomers to Calgary! The Grade 9 Leadership Team hosts this event and get to choose a worthy community cause to support, and this year we chose to fundraise for the CBE Welcome Centre. The Welcome Centre is working  Continue Reading »

Willow Park School – Picnic Table Fundraising

By | September 14, 2022

  The Willow Park School Parent Fundraising Society is looking to raise $15,500 to purchase five stone picnic tables to replace the ones that were in front of the school. The old picnic tables served students and the community very well for many years, but they can no longer be used due to splinters and  Continue Reading »

William D Pratt School – Outdoor Recreational Space & Classroom

By | April 4, 2022

    William D Pratt School is raising funds from local community members and businesses to create an outdoor recreational space and classroom for our school. We will have picnic tables to fully support up to two classrooms for outside learning, an all-purpose sport court with sport specific line markers for multiple sports, cooperative and  Continue Reading »

Elementary Students

Maple Ridge School – Cheque Writing Campaign

By | March 2, 2022

As part of Maple Ridge School’s fundraising efforts in the 2022/23 year, we are launching our annual Cheque Writing Campaign. This will run from October 11th  to November 4th. Funds raised will be used for school and teacher needs, such as technology, library books, gym equipment and other curriculum enhancements.  The generous support of our  Continue Reading »

Branton School

By | February 24, 2022

Group of elementary school students

Marion Carson School – School Society Campaign

By | December 20, 2021

This year’s donation campaign is mainly online and is now live. Your donations to Marion Carson School would be greatly appreciated in support of students, special events and school needs. This year’s donations can be made online through EducationMatters or by Text (EdMatters MARION to 30333). Your hard-earned dollars for this year’s campaign may be  Continue Reading »