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Our Work

Saskatoon Public Schools Foundation has three priority areas:

Literacy: Essential skills that help us understand, belong and contribute to our communities

Our initiatives include:

Early Learner Tutor Program:
Intensive one-to-one support for struggling readers in grades one to three to help them progress to grade level reading

Summer Reading Camp:
Two-week day camps targeted students in grades one to three to boost literacy skills and help prevent learning loss over the summer.

Parent and Volunteer Engagement:
Engaging parents and community volunteers in building children's literacy.

Healthy Active Schools: Learning environments that promote physical activity and student wellness

Our initiatives include:

Nutrien Food4Thought Nutrition Program:
School-based nutrition program to ensure vulnerable students have access to healthy breakfasts, snacks and lunches and give students the opportunity to grow and prepare nutritious foods.

Healthy Active Schools Partner Program:
Framework to engage with organizations, individuals and businesses motived to create and promote healthy, active learning environments. 

Empowering Innovation: Accelerating creativity in education and inspiring new opportunities for learning 

Our initiatives include:

Programs of Excellence Grants:
Financial supports for schools to test or scale innovative ideas and creative solutions that address challenges and opportunities impacting students.

STEAM in Schools:
Support schools to enhance student learning opportunities in the areas of science, technology, engineering, arts and math.

Centres of Innovation:
SPS Foundation has proudly supported major projects, including the Cameco Centre of Excellence in Science and Mathematics, the Nutrien Eco-Science and Indigenous Learning Centre, and the Eye See Eye Learn Optometric Clinic.

 

310 21st Street East,
Saskatoon, SK, S7K 1M7
Canada
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