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$58,500  has been donated to the Jumpstart Academy after-school programs. The funding will support activities that increase accessibility of physical wellness and fundamental movement based programs. Jumpstart Academy allows a diverse population of participants in grades K-7 to increase their fundamental movement skills in a fun, safe and inclusive environment. Over 2,500 students across the district will participate in Jumpstart Academy programming from Jan-June 2020.

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From March-December, the Charity Foundation of Canada has donated to 18 schools across the district to help support expanded learning opportunities for students. These donations allow schools to provide additional field trips, new technology, and school supplies for students to have enriched hands-on learning experiences and expose them to new exciting opportunities. 7,000 students will directly benefit from the support provided by Charity Foundation of Canada.


$10,000 donation from the STAND Foundation enables the continuation of the STAND Foundation employment training program at five of our Learning Centres. This program provides over 100 students with the opportunity to gain important pre-employment certifications and skills, which will assist them as they transition from secondary school to post-secondary and employment.

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Over 120 schools are benefiting from generous support provided through the Surrey Fire Fighters Charitable Society’s Nutritional Snack Program. This program provides snacks for students that may otherwise be hungry at school. The program impacts over 2,000 students across the district. This program began in 1997 with only a handful of schools, and has since grown to support almost every school in our district. Thank you Surrey Fire Fighters Charitable Society for your longstanding and compassionate support of Surrey students.


$180,000 has been provided to three Surrey Schools partner organizations for the collaborative delivery of afterschool programmingThrough United Way School's Out funding, partners including HR MacMillan Space Centre, Canada SCORES, and Alexandra Neighborhood House are working with Surrey Schools to ensure students are receiving safe, supportive, and enriching learning opportunities outside of school time.

In addition, $10,000 has been provided to Clayton Heights Secondary for their Clayton Secondary School Youth Future Leaders program. This program provides youth with opportunities to gain leadership skills, participate in practical work experience, build skill development, and set them up for future success in securing long term career employment. 

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$17,835 was generously donated by Zenterra Developments and their partners towards the Surrey Schools Meal Programs. The meal programs play an integral role in ensuring students are provided with nutritious meals each school day that leave them feeling ready, able, and motivated to learn. In addition to providing satiating meals, the meal programs offer a safe and secure place for our students to access and socialize with their peers across multiple grade levels.  

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Time: 3/28/2020 1:29:19 AM
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