Explore, Act, Inspire
Do you want to support a water project in Africa? The NGO project showcase will find it for you.
How about taking a look at all the human rights projects created by grade 7-9 students in Alberta? The student work showcase can do that for you.
Are you interested in seeing what other schools are doing locally about water issues? See the school projects showcase.
The showcases bring you the whole picture.
Child Migrant or Refugee?
The migration of unaccompanied children from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador is on the rise. The number of undocumented children—mostly teens, b...Nov 09, 2014
A Mayan Victory
In June, Guatemala congress approved legislation that allowed Monsanto patented seeds to expand into Guatemala. The Mayan people, a community embracin...Sep 25, 2014
Resilient Weaving Co-operative Inspires
There is no road to take us to the Taltimiche weaving co-op, but in the company of beneficiary women, we wind our way down the path to theMay 16, 2014
Rising Above: Sunnyside & the flood of 2013 - Preventing Floods - Grade 3
Thanks to flood mitigation, next time we will be ready in Preventing Floods
Story Writing Through Movement
Elizabeth Barrett School is a K-5 dual track French Immersion/English school in the Town of Cochrane, a community just west of Calgary. We currently have a student population of about 600 students. T...
Literary Genres - 150 Years of Winter Culture
Smith School is located in a rural community 2 ½ hours north of Edmonton in the hamlet of Smith, Alberta. Presently, we have 79 students enrolled from Kindergarten to Grade 12, serving a diverse popu...
Being a Kid in the Last 150 Years
Cooper’s Crossing School is located in the established Coopers neighborhood of Airdrie. We are a K-4 school and our population is expected to be 493 students in the upcoming year. This is the inaugu...
Dare to Donate
Students worked with VIVIA Digital Films to create this video in support of the Porridge Project.