“It whoket but the problem still was that it still whoed be hard to get our lunch kit.” This is an excerpt form an English Language Learner (ELL) student at Belfast Elementary School, describing a potential solution to organizational issues in her classroom backpack and lunch kit storage area.
On May 9, 2018, EducationMatters launched our Fuel the Future event to raise awareness and dollars to support educational enrichments for students across Calgary. The event, held at the Calgary Board of Education Centre was busy, with 128 guests, students, and volunteers in attendance.
Do you have a program or initiative in mind that will help students? Applying for a grant through EducationMatters could secure funds that help you move forward with important projects that enhance educational opportunities.
Aidan Johnson is a graduate of Ernest Manning High School and in 2017 he won three student awards through EducationMatters. Currently, he is studying engineering at the University of Calgary and credits these awards with giving him the opportunity to grow as a person while in school.
EducationMatters and Statoil Canada are excited to announce a new scholarship opportunity for art students in Calgary.
EducationMatters is excited to announce Suncor’s generous sponsorship of the Calgary Board of Education’s Pow Wow on May 17, 2018 at Crescent Heights High School.
In 2018, EducationMatters is celebrating 15 years of creating opportunities for students in Calgary. Since opening our doors in 2003, we’ve worked closely with generous donors to provide educational enhancements to students in the Calgary Board of Education, like Cheyenne.
Establish an award or scholarship by February 16, 2018 to help Calgary students pursue their post-secondary education dreams.
As 2017 draws to a close, we want to take this opportunity to wish you and your family a happy and safe holiday season.
We were thrilled to celebrate the student success donors like you make possible for Calgary Board of Education students.
Please join our community of donors
and share in the desire to enhance
educational opportunities for Calgary’s students.