We value successful partnerships with community agencies, business organizations, service groups, not-for-profit organizations, government, and post-secondary institutions that enhance student success.
Our partners share our mission to ensure “Each student in keeping with their individual abilities and gifts, will complete high school with a foundation of learning necessary to thrive in live, work and continue learning”.
We are always looking to partner with organizations and individuals who are committed to student success in the areas of:
supporting the whole child
enhancing learning experiences for student success
equipping students with tools for learning
providing opportunities for students to learn beyond the classroom
We value and participate in partnerships that support the system and schools in a variety of ways that:
- enhance the quality, relevance, and personalization of education for students
- treat students fairly and equitably
- serve an identifiable educational need
- are mutually beneficial and provide opportunities for all partners to meet their shared social responsibilities for public education
- are based on clear expectations, shared or aligned objectives and defined roles and responsibilities
- acknowledge and celebrate each partner’s contributions through appropriate forms of recognition
- are consistent with our corporate policies and regulations
We appreciate the contributions of our many partners and donors to help our students achieve their dreams.
By working together, we can make a difference for our students.
The MASST program is an early intervention initiative that supports children and youth between the ages of five and 12 who exhibit behaviour that puts them at risk of criminal involvement, or who are at increased risk of being victimized. MASST consists of a police officer and a registered social worker who work closely with the Calgary school boards. While the focus is on children, MASST also empowers parents, siblings, schools and community agencies. Funded by the Calgary Police Foundation, MASST is a joint partnership between the Calgary Police Service, the Calgary Board of Education, the Calgary Catholic School District, The City of Calgary’s Calgary Neighbourhoods, and Alberta Health Services.
The Integrated School Support Program (ISSP) is a prevention-based initiative located in the Forest Lawn community, which supports Patrick Airlie School. ISSP is designed to provide targeted services addressing a variety of needs within a diverse school and community. ISSP merges a number of new and pre-existing programs, to create a supportive environment in which a child can attain personal success, both academically and socially. The objective is to ensure students and their families receive the necessary supports in the school, including a positive police presence, on-site psychologist, physical education specialist, social worker, access to a health clinician, breakfast and lunch programs, and after school programs that include mentoring and tutoring. This program is made possible through Calgary Police Foundation funding.