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Children's Heritage Fund Approved Projects February 5, 2018

Children's Heritage Fund - Committee Meeting - February 5, 2018

Multi Cultural & Cultural

Andrew Mynarski VC
$750
Indigenous Cultural Exploration Leadership Program
The project will provide an opportunity for a group of studentsto further explore and connect with their personal stories, history and Indigenous culture. This will be an extra-curricular group meeting, and students will attend field trips and special events to support their learning. Students will collaborate with other schools and other community organizations. Funding is for Student Admissions/Registrations, Artist's Fee/Guest Speaker, Fee for Service/Performances.

Clifton
$1,000
Clifton Kids C.A.R.E. (Caring About Everyone's Rights)
This project will enable students to focus on citizenship within their local and global communities. Students will demonstrate empathy and become leaders. Sport is a focus and how that impacts Children's Rights. The Treaty Relations and Calls to Action will be the Indigenous component. Funding is for Student Admissions/Registrations, Artist's Fee for Service/Guest Speaker.

Clifton
$500
Indigenous Storytelling
The project will provide the students the opportunity to hear and learn the traditions of Metis and First Nations storytelling. Student learning will continue with the arts and using other mediums to tell their stories, such as movement, drawing, painting, 3 dimensional modelling. Funding is for Artist's Fee/Guest Speaker, Supplies not available in School.

Clifton
$500
Communities and Cultures Around the World
Students are provided the opportunity to experience and learn about cultures through language, food, traditions, lifestyles, the arts. This opportunity will enhance the
learning experience, as well as promote a good and healthy lifestyle, both physically and mentally. Funding is for Student Admissions/Registrations.

Faraday
$1,000
Museum Sleepover
The Science curriculum is the learning focus, and students are provided an opportunity to visit the Science Gallery, the Planetarium, Museum Gallery Walk, and the Touch the Universe display at the Manitoba Museum. Funding is for Student Registration/Admissions.

Garden Grove
$1,950
French Cultural Activities
This project will provide students with exposure to French language and culture beyond the academic classroom. Student learning will include the arts such as song, dance, music and plays. Funding is for Fee for Service/Performances.

Pinkham
$2,000
A Community of Cultures
The project will allow the school community to explore the various cultures represented at Pinkham School. This will allow for a deepened understanding of the meaning of culture and the celebration of the uniqueness of individuals. Learning will include engaging workshops and celebrations. Funding is for Artist's Fee/Guest Speaker, Fee for Service/Performances.

Ralph Brown
$1,500
Venture to Vegreville
Student learning and cultural opportunites will be enhanced outside the classroom and beyond the curriculum.This is an enriching experience that allows students to practice their language skills and develop a deeper undertanding of Ukrainian Heritage. Ralph Brown students will join other students from across Manitoba, on a trip to Vegreville, AB. Students will have the opportunity to visit and participate in Heritage and Culture locations and events. Funding is for Student Admissions/Registrations.

St. John's High School
$2,000
Abinoonjiag Dewe'igan- Children's Drum Group
Students are provided the opportunity to learn Indigenous teachings and culture by participating in the drum group. Students are provided the opportunity to create drums, learn the teachings and techniques of drumming. Funding is for Fee for Service/Performance, Supplies not available in school.

Sisler High School
$1,600
Mini Olympics
This is an annual event at Sisler. The project exposes students to new sports, and raises awareness of multiculturalism. Students are involved both at the participant level and the leardership level. Funding is for Student Admissions/Registrations, Artist's Fee/Guest Speaker, Supplies not available in school, Equipment Rental/Instruction.

Victoria Albert
$650
Cultural Club and Drum Group
The project provides students an opportunity to participate in an extra-curricular activity where students will participate and learn in a sharing circle. Students will also have an opportunity to create traditional art, such as beading, music, and learn other cultural traditions. Funding is for Fee for Service/Performances, Supplies not available in school.

Totals for Multi Cultural & Cultural Enrichment: $13,450

Arts Enrichment

Brock Corydon
$2,000
Grade 4,5,6 Musical
The project will provide an opportunity for students to be involved in a musical production. Students will work collaboratively, build friendships, and strengthen home/school connections. Artistic literacy and creative expression will be integrated by students participating in the Arts (drama, music, dance, and art) also incorporating the ELA curriculum. Funding is for Fee For Service/Performances, Supplies not available in school, Film and Developing, Equipment Rental and Instruction.

Children of the Earth
$2,000
Youth Theatre Mentorship
The project will provide students with an opportunity to participate in a 10 week afterschool Youth Threatre Mentorship Workshop. Working with Sarasvàti Productions, the program will cover both artspecific education with focus on communication skills, public speaking and professionalism, and will teach students theatre and improv techniques. At the conclusion of the workshop, students will have an opportunity to showcase their work. Funding is for Artist Fee/Guest Speaker, Fee For Services/Performance, Supplies not available in school.

Churchill High School
$800
Romeo & Juliet
Students will have an opportunity to produce a classic theatre production. The play will integrate all of the arts; song, dance, art, and music. Students will create and design, the lighting, stage, make-up and costumes (created by students), and advertisement, and students will perform in the play. Students will develop skills in collaboration, and will be immersed in the process of a final production. Funding is Fee for Service/Performances, Supplies not available in school.

Churchill High School
$500
Brandon Jazz Festival
This project will provide students the experience and excitement of participating in the performing arts. Students have the opportunity to attend the Jazz Concert at the Brandon University, featuring current artists and the Brandon University Jazz Orchestra. Students will also attend Jazz Improvisation workshops, attend a post performance clinic with university directors, and will receive adjudication comments for their performances, as well as attend individual instrument and vocal technique clinics. Funding is for Student Admissions/Registrations.

David Livingstone
$840
I Love To Read "Kick-Off"
The project will provide students with the experience of live theatre. The PTE will present "The Good, the Bad, and the Munsch" performance, which kicks-off I Love to Read Month. The books will also be highlighted in the library and classroom reading activities, promoting Literacy. Funding is for Fee for Service/Performance, Home Reading and Book Lending.

Elmwood High School
$2,000
Drama Touring Production
The project provides students the experience of live theatre. The performances by MTYP and PTE are often integrated into curriculum. Students are taught the plays Shakespeare in the Ruins, and the study guides are provided to teachers, which enchance student learning. Funding is for Fee for Service/Performances.

Grosvenor School
$2,000
Fine Arts Night: The Messages of Dr. Suess
The funding for this project will allow the Arts (visual arts, music, drama, and dance) to be integrated in student learning. Students will participate in the development and creation of a musical production, which will be presented at the Fine Arts Night. Through this course of learning, students will develop collaboration and teamwork skills. Funding is for Supplies not available in schoool, Other (venue).

Hugh John Macdonald
$2,000
The Bridge Program
The Bridge Program provides music education and performance opportunities to students. The program is taught by professional musicians. Students learn by ear first, developing theoretical and technical skills afterwards. Since many students are still learning English, this program enables an easier entry-point for group participation and positive individual learning. Funding is for Fee for Service/Performance, Equipment Rental and Instruction.

Gordon Bell
$2,000
Heartbeat of Our Nation
The project provides an opportunity for students to participate in after-school classes. The classes promote Indigenous culture and tradition, empower Indigenous peoples through voice, promote health and wellness and continue to promote the school's seven Aims, of being curious, respectful, caring, open-minded, active, resilient, and honouring the 7 Teachings. Activities include drumming, song, collaboration and team work. Funding is for Artist's Fee/Guest Speaker, Supplies not available in school, Other (Regalia).

Kelvin High School
$2,000
Kelvin Musical
The project provides students the opportunity to be involved in the production, development, and creation of a Musical Production. Student learning is through the Arts (Visual Arts, Dance, Drama, Music and Media Arts). Students will also develop collaborative and team work skills, and develop skills in creating stage and set design. Funding is for Artist's Guest Speaker, Fee for Service/Performance, Supplies not available in school, film and developing equipment rental and costume design (by students).

River Heights
$1,992
Music Composition Design Unit (Music for Mars)
This project provides an opportunity for student learning in composing music for band and dance class. The students' work will be compiled into a post production form and used as part of a shared band/dance performance. The project involves the collaboration of Gaja Maffezzoli, music composer and ERHS Design class, and the U of M faculty of music students.The project is offered in English and in the French Language. To ensure the program can be offered by other trainers, the program is offered to teachers and funded by the U of M. Funding is for Artist's Fee/Guest Speaker, Fee for Service/Performances.

Sir William Osler
$2,000
Music Room Equipment
The project will assist with the purchasing of Orff Music Instruments. The school is currently building a music program. This will provide SWO students the opportunity to use a wide range of instruments to develop skills as a musician, as part of the Music curriculum. Funding is for Supplies not available in school.

Wolseley
$485
Prairie Theatre Exchange - Munchbuster
The project provides an opportunity for students to experience live theatre. This project integrates well with learning and exploration of authors, creative writing and storytelling. Funding is Fee for Service/Performances.

Totals for Arts Enrichment: $20,617

Outdoor Education

Cecil Rhodes School
$1,000
Camp Cedarwood
The project will provide an excellent opportunity for outdoor education, for students who may not otherwise have this experience. Students will develop skills in various activities promoting a healthy and active lifestyle, as well as developing collaborative and teamwork skills. Funding is for Supplies not available in school, Equipment Rentals/Instruction, Camp Accommodations.

Collège Churchill
$2,000
Ordre de La Vérendrye Avancé
Students are provided the opportunity to experience wilderness camping. Student learning will be in conservation, wilderness camping, social studies and history, with leadership being emphasized. Funding is for Equipment Rentals/Instruction, Camp Accomodations.

Dufferin School
$2,000
Dufferin School Outdoor Education Experience
This project will provide an opportunity for students to experience an outdoor education/camp experience. The opportunity will enhance social skills, developmental skills in various sports and outdoor activities, and build confidence. It will lead students to engage in future challenges with confidence. Funding is for Film, Developing, Equipment Rental/Instruction, Supplies not available at school, Camp Accommodations.

Earl Grey School
$1,000
Winter Camp-Camp Cedarwood
The project provides an opportunity for students to experience winter outdoor activities in an overnight camping setting. Through these experiences, the students will foster an appreciation for naturue, develop skills in various outdoor activities, build social and teamwork and collaboration skills. Funding is for Camp Accomodations.

Earl Grey School
$1,000
Holiday Mountain Ski Trip
The project will introduce students to an active, healthy, life-long winter sport. Students will develop friendships and peer relationships outside the school enviornment. Students will receive ski lessons from qualified instructors. Funding is for Student Registrations/Admissions, Equipment Rental/Instruction.

Glenelm School
$800
Winter Camp 2018 - Camp Assiniboia
The project allows students to work collaboratively and cooperatively in multi-age groups, participating in winter activities. The Science curriculum will be implemented by exploring the Winter Ecosystem, as well as the Physical Education curriculum and Aboriginal Education. Funding is for Student Admissions/Registrations.

Greenway School
$960
Festival du Voyageur
The project provides student learning outside the classroom. Students will experience subject areas in literature, social studies and history, environmental studies, mathematics, physical education, and the Arts through games, songs, and dance. Funding is for Student Admissions and Registration.

Harrow School
$2,000
Camp Manitou
The project provides students the opportunity to experience overnight and day camp. Students will develop skills in various outdoor activities, and friendships through cooperative and collaborative learning. The project meets the Outdoor Education and ESD outcomes. Funding is for Other supplies not available at school, Camp Accommodations.

Lansdowne School
$2,000
Grade 6 Outdoor Education
Students will have the opportunity to participate in various outdoor and indoor sports and activities throughout the year including skating, tennis, karate, basketball golfing, wall climbing. Students have the opportunity to experience these acitivites outside the classroom. Funding is for Student Admissions/Registrations.

Lord Nelson School
$2,000
Grade 5/6 Students to Camp Manitou
The project provides an opportunity for students to experience an outdoor, overnight camp. Students will develop skills in various activities, create friendships, and work cooperatively and collaboratively with others. Funding is for Camp Accommodations.

Lord Selkirk School
$1,000
Grade 6 Camp Stephens
The camping experience will provide students the opportunity to develop social and personal skills in a cooperative, safe and fun environment, as well as develop skills in various outdoor activities. Funding is for Camp Accommodations.

Lord Roberts School
$2,000
Grade 6 Winter Camp
Students will experience a variety of activities over a 3-night stay at Camp Cedarwood. Students will work collaboratively in groups and strengthen relationships. The outdoor program promotes the social and emotional well being of students. Funding is for Supplies not available in school, Equipment Rental and Instruction, Camp Accommodations.

Mulvey School
$2,000
Mulvey Winter Camp 2018
Students will experience an outdoor education setting away from the urban environment. Students will participate in small groups, develop skills in various activities, while building relationships. Funding is for Supplies not available at school, Camp Accomodations

Meadows West School
$2,000
Meadows West Jr. High Ski Trip to Holiday Mountain
Students will experience an outdoor activity they may not otherwise receive. Students will be provided ski lessons from qualified ski instructors, enjoy the outdoor setting, and build healthy relationships. Funding is for Student Admissions/Registrations, Equipment Rentals/Instruction.

Prairie Rose School
$842
Camp with Meaning
The project will provide students the opportunity to work in teams, demonstrate citizenship skills in an outdoor education setting, develop skills in various activities, and will strengthen their self-confidence and trust amongst their peers. Funding is for Student Registration/Admissions, Supplies not available in school, Equipment Rental/Instruction.

Robertson School
$2,000
Outdoor Education
The outdoor experience will provide students an opportunity to participate in a unique outdoor experience. Students will participate and develop skills in various outdoor activities, collaborate and strengthen relationships. Funding is for Supplies not available in school, Film and Developing, Camp Accommodations.

Robert H Smith School
$2,000
Grade 5/6 Outdoor Education Experience
This project will cover a wide range of educational outcomes. The outdoor education experience will culminate the achievements with one of the school goals, Sustainable Development. The student learning experience will go beyond the classroom. Students will participate in activities in small groups, collaborate with one another, and strengthen relationships. Funding is for Camp Accommodations.

Stanley Knowles School
$2,000
Eco-Diversity in Riding Mountain National Park
A group of students with diverse backgrounds will participate in various activities promoting teamwork, leadership, responsibility and in developing and strengthening relationships. Student learning will have a lense on cultural diversity and understanding. Funding is for Supplies not available in school, Camp Accommodations.

Totals for Outdoor Education: $28,602

Special Student Activities

Argyle Alternative High School
$2,000
Earthly Connections & Adventures
This project provides opportunities for students that will include physical, mental and social benefits designed around a holistic wellbeing in connection with nature. Opportunities will be provided to challenge students, teach and develop teamwork skills, work collaboratively, and improve selfconfidence. Funding is Student Registration/Admissions, Artist's Fee/Guest Speaker, Fee for Service/Performances, Film & Developing, Equipment Rental/Instruction, Camp Accommodation.

David Livingstone Community
$375
Yoga For Kids
The project will provide Yoga lessons 1 hour per week for 10 weeks. The program is taught by a certified instructor. The program uses a multi-sensory approach to teach children and help improve the level of fitness as students stenghten their body coordination. The program also promotes a lifelong interest in Yoga. Funding is for Fee for Service/Performance.

J.B. Mitchell School
$2,000
Fall Into Reading
The project provides opportunity for the school to purchase books to compliment the Home Reading program. Home Reading is a school wide campaign. The school has a large percentage of EAL learners as well as French language learners. Funds will support the purchase of classroom collections. Funding is for Home Reading and Lending.

Lord Selkirk
$1,000
Mad Science
The project supports the reinforcement of the curriculum and STEM objectives in Science. Students will be involved in a handson science program. Funding is for Student Admissions.

Machray School
$2,000
Makerspace
The project provides the opportunity for the school to develop a Makerspace. A Makerspace provides an opportunity for students to bring ideas forward and create, invent or research with the supplies provided to them in the Makerspace area. The students' work will be showcased and shared with peers, and will be showcased using social media such as Twitter and SeeSaw. Funding is for Student Admissions, Guest Speakers/Artist's Fee, Supplies not available in school.

Totals for Special Student Activities: $7,375

Playground Field Improvement

Carpathia School
$2,000
New Basketball Standards
This project will replace and repair the current outdoor basketball standards. The basketball area is used by students on a daily basis and is in need of repair. They are not the recommended height and are leaning and heaving out of the ground. Funding is for Playstructure/Ground/Field Improvement projects to a maximum of $20,000.

Totals for Playground Field Improvements: $2,000


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