DURING CLASS CLOSURES TEPF IS OFFERING READING… GIVE IT A SHOT! FREE TO STUDENTS ACROSS ALBERTA
Parents, are you looking to motivate your readers at home? Our Reading… Give it a Shot! collector cards can help. We have Calgary Flames, Canadian Wildlife and Species at Risk collector cards in sets of 24 ready to send out to you. It’s FREE, easy, your kids simply track their minutes in order to collect the full set of cards. For instance, if the goal is to read 75 minutes a week (15 minutes a day) after reaching that goal they are awarded a card. To sign up please email the following:
Name, address including postal code, number of students and cards preferred (Calgary Flames, Canadian Wildlife or Species at Risk
to Cleo Howe by completing the form on the right. We will send the sheets of cards directly to your home along with the reading tracking sheet.
To see examples of the Reading… Give it a Shot! cards click here.
HOME LEARNING LINKS
TEPF offers free programming to schools across Alberta. While we can’t deliver our programs during class closures, we want to continue serving students and fulfilling our vision of motivating and enabling the next generation. We have compiled these links to help parents easily access resources and we hope they will be of value to you and your learners.
Alberta Curriculum, Reading, Fun and Virtual Tours – At Home Education.
Science and STEM Resources – Science and STEM Learning Sites
Educational Resources – Educational Resources
More Educational Resources – More Educational Resources
Reading…Give it a Shot
Reading Give It A Shot is a reading program in partnership with the Calgary Flames and other corporate supporters. Students from grade 1 to grade 5 earn Canadian Wildlife cards and/or hockey cards for reading, giving them even more incentive to develop their skills. Every year two lucky schools get a visit from Calgary Flames players and Flames mascot Harvey the Hound.
Environmental Actions provides funding for student-led environmental initiatives that benefit their school and community. Teachers and students can apply for a grant to support a project students would like to do in their in their school, like planting vegetable gardens, vermi-composting and projects that reduce energy usage such as installing solar panels.
Trades and Climate Change Education is our newest program. School districts partner with trade union facilities to provide hands-on learning experiences in various skilled trades. The programs are held at off-campus locations in first-class facilities. They are taught by journeymen instructors in the construction trades and can lead to ongoing training and exciting careers in trades.
Environmental Actions Grants in 2018-19
STUDENTS REACHED WITH READING GIVE IT A SHOT IN 2018-19
To enhance student learning opportunities by facilitating dynamic relationships among businesses, educators, government and school communities
Motivating and enabling
the next generation
- Students Come First
- Celebrate Diversity
- Public Education is Vital
- Collaboration is Key
TEPF values the diversity of the people and communities we serve and is committed to attracting, engaging and developing a diverse and inclusive volunteer team, Board of Directors, and workforce.
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TEPF depends on support from Alberta’s business community and citizens who believe in the importance of education. We partner with like-minded businesses to drive our learning initiatives which benefit students, teachers and parents and strengthen communities in our partner school districts. We also accept individual donations towards our programs and initiatives.