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Sundance School Playground

By | February 12, 2024

Please join the Sundance School Council as we work towards building an amazing playground for our school!  Our school recently received notification that our playground has reached end of life and needs to be replaced. A new playground can cost as much as $300 000, and will be purchased with money from grants, casinos, and  Continue Reading »

Woodlands Learning Commons

By | February 9, 2024

Woodlands School is upgrading our library into a learning commons and we need your support! The Learning Commons model supports a learner-centered approach with a focus on active and collaborative engagement. A learning commons is a place that promotes: – Personalization of learning, including hands-on learning tasks; – Engagement with knowledge rather than passive consumption;  Continue Reading »

Centennial Inclusion & Accessibility

By | February 9, 2024

If you could change one thing about our school, what would it be? In 2022, two brand new Special Education programs were designated to Centennial High School. Our community has worked tirelessly to build a strong foundation of opportunities for our unique learners, but we lack the space and equipment required to meet all of  Continue Reading »

Lord Beaverbrook Robotics

By | November 27, 2023

This year, 13 students at Lord Beaverbrook High School are set to compete in a VEX Robotics Competition. We need to raise funds for equipment (than can be used in future years). We want to make Robotics club as inclusive as possible so we will rely on donations. That way, every student who wants to  Continue Reading »

Lord Beaverbrook Intergenerational Club

By | November 24, 2023

  We want to create a school-based intergenerational club to pair Lord Beaverbrook High School students with seniors in the community. The students and seniors would gather once a week to do activities together as we build into each others’ lives and learn through intergenerational relationships. This program will be student-led (with teacher mentors) with  Continue Reading »

Earl Grey Curriculum Enhancements

By | November 7, 2023

  Earl Grey 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: literacy and math programs, physical education equipment, art enrichment, technology, and other curriculum enhancements. Let’s work together to support Earl  Continue Reading »

Fowler Holiday Food Security

By | November 6, 2023

  Hello Fowler Families! Spread the warmth this winter break by joining our food drive! Let’s come together as a community and make a difference for families in need. Your generosity can fill hearts and pantries, ensuring everyone has food through the holidays. Every contribution, big or small, brings us closer to creating a brighter,  Continue Reading »

Marshall Springs Community Culture Education

By | November 3, 2023

Marshall Springs will host a day of Indigenous and cultural learning for 350+ students and 30+ staff from a number of schools in the CBE. The day will include several workshops based on creative expression, and traditional arts & culture, including traditional drumming, tipi teachings, spoken word, Pow-wow dancing, Bhangra dancing, calligraphy, and more. All  Continue Reading »

Henry Wise Wood Robotics

By | November 3, 2023

  We are a 15-person team based out of Henry Wise Wood High School located in SW Calgary, Alberta. We are the first competitive robotics team coming out of our school and hope to carry our team forward for many years to come. Our team is composed of a variety of students from grades 10  Continue Reading »

Belfast School Parent Fundraising

By | November 1, 2023

We wanted to take a moment to share some exciting news regarding our Belfast Parent Fundraising Society fundraising activities for our school this year. In an effort to maximize the impact of our fundraising initiatives and make it more convenient for everyone, we have decided to streamline our efforts and focus on one major fundraiser  Continue Reading »