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Thanks from Surrey Schools!
The Surrey School District's Business Development department works year round to raise funds that support our schools, students and invaluable programming that offer our most vulnerable students with the opportunities afforded to their more affluent peers. Our generous donors provide educational field trips, food, equipment and supplies that enhance before and after school programming. We want to thank the following donors for their recent contributions that help us to provide the best of the best for our students.
Canadian Tire Jumpstart supports after school physical learning programming at 32 elementary school sites with a total donation of $203,000.
Coast Capital is supporting three valuable programs in the district: REACH, The Refugee Support Program and Building Foundations Program totaling $45,000.
First West Foundation donated $20,000 to Triumph over Trauma, our Expressive Arts Therapy Program, that runs across 14 sites.
Indigo's Love of Reading Foundation has generously donated $30,000 to Bridgeview Elementary for new books and library refurbishment to take place over the next three years.
MusiCounts awarded Band Aid Grants to Cedar Hills and David Brankin elementaries in the amount of $10,000 each to purchase and implement music programs that focus on culture and communication through music
RBC Foundation has once again supported Surrey Schools; donating $25,000 to expand and grow the REACH program with paid work experience for our youth. An additional $17,500 will go towards the Bike Repair Program for students in our Alternative schools.
Raven Supply has generously continued their support at Frank Hurt and Bridgeview to run programming at these sites.
Right to Play has partnered with Beaver Creek and the Surrey School District to continue running their Play for Prevention program.
Rogers Community Grants has magnanimously donated $25,000 towards REACH, a pre-employment program targeting vulnerable youth in 7 inner city schools, and peer tutoring programs.
Vancity's support of our REACH program will provide our high school students with valuable pre-employment certifications.
This community bulletin board provides a way for organizations to provide information about programs, activities, events and opportunities to parents and families in Surrey.
Click on the menu headings to the left to see the various materials posted.
You can also view the following Parent Communit-e-Bulletins for additional community information:
This bulletin board is provided as a service to the community: the Surrey School District does not sponsor, endorse or recommend any of the organizations, services, or activities described in these materials.