PSSF Annual Golf Classic 2019

Sponsorship Opportunities

The Prairie Spirit Schools Foundation was created to encourage and facilitate community and corporate support and involvement in public education. The funds raised through this charitable Foundation are used to enhance learning opportunities and support innovation for the students of Prairie Spirit School Division.

Please show your support for our students by becoming a Sponsor for our Prairie Spirit Schools Foundation Golf Classic 2019, to be held Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at The Legends Golf and Country Club in Warman.  Registration and lunch starting at 12:00 pm, with a shotgun start at 1:00 pm, 18 holes of golf with a cart followed by a BBQ dinner.

Ambassadors for Education SOLD

  • Registration for eight (8) golfers.
  • Recognition on PSSF website for one year.
  • On site signage (provided by sponsor) at registration table and post reception.
  • Logo on all print materials including signage.
  • Recognition in media releases.
  • Opportunity to speak during post reception.
  • Opportunity to distribute promotional items (provided by sponsor) in welcome bags.
  • Opportunity to host a display table on the course.
  • Recognition in PSSF annual report.
  • First right of refusal for 2020.

Investors in Education (One Opportunity) – Meal Sponsor

  • Registration for four (4)
  • Recognition on PSSF website for one year.
  • Logo and signage recognition at dinner, throughout event and promotional materials.
  • Opportunity to provide promotional items (provided by sponsor) in welcome bags and at the dinner.
  • Opportunity to provide a display table at the dinner.
  • Opportunity to host a display table on the course.
  • Recognition in PSSF annual report.

Exclusive Media Sponsor

Advocates for Education $2,000 (Three Opportunities)

  • Registration for four (4) golfers.
  • Recognition on PSSF website for one year.
  • Logo and signage recognition throughout the event.
  • Recognition in print materials.
  • Opportunity to provide promotional items (provided by sponsor) in welcome bags.
  • Opportunity to host a display table on the course.
  • Recognition in PSSF annual report.

Partners in Education $1500 (Six Opportunities)

  • Registration for two (2) golfers.
  • Logo and signage recognition throughout the event.
  • Recognition on PSSF website for one year.
  • Opportunity to host a display table on the course.
  • Logo in event program.
  • Recognition in PSSF annual report.

Friends of Education $1000.00 (Eight Opportunities)

    • Registration for two (2) golfers.
    • Logo and signage recognition throughout the event.
    • Recognition on PSSF website for one year.
    • Logo in event program.
    • Recognition in PSSF annual report.

 

Student Success Sponsor $500 (Limited Opportunities)

  • Logo on event signage and in event program.
  • Recognition on PSSF website for one year.
  • Recognition in PSSF annual report.

 

Green or Tee Sponsor (12 Opportunities)

REGULAR HOLES $300 each or both for $500

PRIZE HOLES $600 with the donation of a prize valued at $150 or more

   

  • Company logo displayed on professional signs at the sponsored hole(s)
  • Recognition in the event program.
  • Recognition for prizes when distributed during the program.

Hole in One Sponsor

 

Prizes and Other Donations

We are also very appreciative to receive:

  • Prize donations for the general event.
  • Gifts for welcome bags.
  • Live auction items.
  • General donations.

All donors will be recognized at the event. Arrangements can be made to pick up donated items.

 Contact Denise at (306) 683‐2881 or at psfoundation@spiritsd.ca to arrange details.

2019 PSSF Golf Classic Sponsorship Package

Golf Registration for Individual

Golf Registration for Team

Dinner Only Registration

Pay for Sponsorship

Please make cheques payable to Prairie Spirit Schools Foundation  CRA Registration # 81224 2170 RR0001

Legacy and Memorial Giving Program

Honor a loved one by donating to the Legacy and Memorial Giving program

  • Any group or individual can make a donation to the Prairie Spirit Schools Foundation on behalf of a Prairie Spirit School Division staff or Board member posthumously.
  • A minimum $500.00 donation would be required in order for an honouree’s name to be added to the plaque.
  • Donations can be gathered from a group or individual and can be done as a cumulative total to achieve the minimum donation of $500.00.
  • Funds collected for the Prairie Spirit Schools Foundation Legacy & Memorial Giving Program will be designated for professional development within the Prairie Spirit School Division.
  • Specific criteria for distribution will be determined and announced in the future.
  • Families of the honourees will receive a notification from the Foundation that a donation has been made in honour of their family member.
  • Charitable tax receipts will be issued to the donors.
  • Donors will be acknowledged in the Foundation’s annual report.
  • The engraved plaques will include the honouree’s name and years served.

Donation Form:

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Legacy and Memorial Giving Form

Any questions regarding the Prairie Spirit Schools Foundation Legacy & Memorial Giving Program can be direct to the Foundation at 306-683-2881 or psfoundation@spiritsd.ca

A Celebration of Learning – Wrap Up

A Celebration of Learning January 31, 2019

Many thanks to our sponsors, guests, teachers, students and volunteers for once again making our Celebration of Learning a success.  Because of your generosity we are able to support student success in Prairie Spirit more than ever before.  Thank you!!

Event Sponsors

Sponsorship

Confirmation of sponsorship will be emailed unless otherwise specified in note.

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Learning Grant Stories 2016/17

Warman High School
Learning Grant application: Outdoor Education Program
Teachers: Peter Schmidt and Sean Brandt
Grant received: $4,500

 

Warman High School has an established Outdoor Education Program, offering Environmental Science 20 and Physical Education 20 to Grade 11 students. The school applied for a Prairie Spirit Schools Foundation Learning Grant to expand the program to both semesters to allow more students to participate in the course.

The Outdoor Education Program offers relevant experiential learning, engaging science activities in the local environment and an awareness of environmental sustainability issues. This program takes students out of their comfort zone and encourages them to lead active lifestyles.

The Learning Grant was used to cover the program’s travel costs for a variety of activities, including snowshoeing, cross country skiing, hiking, camping and canoeing.

Student reflection:

“This class brought me closer to everyone, I’ve made closer friends than going into the semester. I also learned a lot of new skills that will help me in life, I definitely plan to use survival skills in the wild in my life. I learned that things are much easier and way more fun with cool people, I could walk a lot farther than I thought I could, and it was a blast.”

 

 


 

Leask Community School
Learning Grant Application: Building better learners – Lego Club
Teacher: Shannon Sirois
Grant Received: $5,000

 

 Leask Community School applied for a Learning Grant to engage students through the use of Lego. The school envisioned using Lego in four ways:

  1. in Math, ELA, Science and Art classrooms;
  2. as a gateway to STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) activities, such as building catapults and water dams;
  3. through robotics (Lego Mindstorm)
  4. as a tool for Genius Hour and to introduce makerspace to the students

 

Leask used their Learning Grant to purchase three Lego EV3 Robots (senior math and science classes), a variety of curricular-based Lego kits specifically geared to Math, ELA and Science, general Lego kits and Lego base plates to create a Lego wall.

 

Teacher Reflection:

“We look forward to implementing more Lego into classroom curriculum in the upcoming year. As part of our year kick off, all LCS staff will take part in a professional development meeting to learn about incorporating Lego into their classroom. Staff will take part in completed lessons to spark their imagination and leave the meeting with a completed lesson plan that they can implement in their own classroom.

We hope to open the MakerSpace at lunch hours to students where they will be able to take part in weekly Lego challenges on our Lego wall.”

 

 

Click here to Apply for a Learning Grant

 

Learning Grants


Overview

We are looking to support learning innovations which have the potential to expand to other students, classrooms and schools in the school division and which focus on enhanced student engagement by empowering young people to explore their passions and create change in their classrooms, their schools and their community.  Learning Grant requests will be accepted to a maximum of $5,000.

Eligibility

PSSF Learning Grant requests are open for all students registered at a school in the Prairie Spirit School Division. This includes individual students, student groups, classrooms and entire school communities. All requests are to be made through the school on the Prairie Spirit Schools Foundation 2017-2018 Learning Grant Request Form and must include at least one Teacher Leader and be supported by the In School Administrator.

Submission Deadline

Completed Prairie Spirit Schools Foundation 2018-19 Learning Innovation Request Forms are to be submitted to psfoundation@spiritsd.ca by September 14, 2018.
Note: Late submissions will not be accepted.

Desired Request Details

We value Learning Grant requests where:
• Students are supported to seek new perspectives, create new knowledge and are actively engaged in their own learning.
• Learning is relevant, rigorous and involves risk taking. This includes a connection to their lives now and in the future and involves critical thinking, inquiry and real world problem solving.
• Learning environments support students to collaborate within and outside the classroom: learning side by side, strengthening community partnerships and leveraging community resources.

Selection Process

Grant recipients and amounts will be determined by the Prairie Spirit Schools Foundation Learning Grants Selection Committee by October 2, 2018. All applicants will be notified of the status of their request after that date. Applicants may be contacted prior to a decision being made to seek clarity regarding their request.

Questions?

For further information or clarification, contact Denise Kendrick psfoundation@spiritsd.ca

Forms

Prairie Spirit Schools Foundation 2018-19 Learning Innovation Request Form

2016-17 Learning Grant Recipient Stories

Previous Recipients

PSSF Annual Golf Classic – Follow-Up

Our annual Golf Classic was a great success once again. Many thanks to our sponsors, golfers and prize donors!

The Golf Classic is an important event for us to raise funds to provide enriched learning opportunities for the students of the Prairie Spirit School Division.  We are fortunate to have the amazing partners we had this year.  THANK YOU TO YOU ALL!

If you are interested in partnering with us for the 2019 Golf Classic, please contact Denise at psfoundation@spiritsd.ca

Thank you to our Sponsors

Dinner Only Golf Registration


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  • Contact Us

    Prairie Spirit Schools Foundation is located at

    121 Collins Street, Warman, SK S0K 4S0

    Email: psfoundation@spiritsd.ca
    Phone: 306-683-2881