As the winter school semester begins, graduating students in Calgary are facing important choices. Those planning on continuing their education must decide what to study, where to study, – and how to pay for it all.
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.
With students in Calgary back in the classroom we wanted to highlight some of the amazing programs our donors have made possible and the impacts they are having on students.
With the traditional school year coming to a close, it’s a great time for a quick update on student impacts and valuable donation initiatives.
EducationMatters donors make incredible opportunities possible for students in the Calgary Board of Education and provide access to innovative programs, technology, and resources. Your support continues to make an important difference in the lives of Calgary students.
February 21, 2017 EducationMatters (EM), Calgary Board of Education (CBE) and Junior Achievement of Southern Alberta (JASA) are partnering in a project that contributes to the transformation of public education in Alberta
Thank you Accomplished Angels Donors for supporting the students Rita works with! Rita Dickson, the principal of Louise Dean School, has been named as one of Canada’s Outstanding Principals by the Learning Partnership.
A grateful EducationMatters scholarship recipient wants to thank you, saying ” when you invest in a student’s education, you’re not just making a difference in one person’s life – you’re affecting the lives of many people to come.”
Recipients of 2016 Generosity of Spirit Award We would like to extend our congratulations to our Board Chair Mike Shaikh, and his wife Linda for winning a 2016 Generosity of Spirit Award from AFP Calgary and Area Chapter!
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