Current partnerships

  • The Integrated School Support Project (ISSP)
    The Integrated School Support Project (ISSP), piloted in Holy Trinity School, is an intervention initiative made possible through a partnership with the Calgary Police Service and addresses a variety of needs in this diverse school and community.
  • Campus Calgary/Open Minds Program
    Campus Calgary/Open Minds is an innovative school program that enhances student learning by moving the classroom into vibrant community settings.
  • Multi-Agency School Support Team (MASST)
    The Multi-Agency School Support Team project has facilitated a collaborative and comprehensive approach to early identification and the delivery of prevention/intervention to children aged 5 to 15 years, in elementary through to junior high school who are exhibiting anti-social and negative behavior or are at increased risk of victimization.
  • Calgary Urban Aboriginal Youth & Education Strategy
    Calgary Urban Aboriginal Youth & Education Strategy sponsored by the United Way focuses on the Circle of Supports by providing wraparound supports for youth both in and out of school. Two initiatives involve creating resources for teachers (Blue Quills) and providing activities for students in after school programs (Boys & Girls Club).
  • The Calgary and Area Regional Collaborative Service Delivery (RCSD)
    The Calgary & Area Regional Collaborative Service Delivery (RSCD) is a provincial initiative to support the integration of services at the regional level. RCSD is an evolution of the previous Student Health Partnership (SHP) and involves regional partnership between School Authorities, Alberta Health Services, Child and Family Services and other community stakeholders.
  • Calgary United Way - All in for Youth
    Launched by United Way in 2012, All In for Youth provides innovative solutions to help youth stay in and complete high school. All In for Youth programs connect youth to positive adults, remove barriers to high school completion, and transition youth into adulthood through varied paths of learning and career success. All In for Youth has made over 16,000 positive adult youth connections since its launch, and contributed to increasing the overall high school completion rates in Calgary. All In for Youth is in 25 high schools, including All Saints, Bishop Carroll, Bishop Grandin, Bishop McNally, Bishop O’Byrne, Father Lacombe, Notre Dame, St. Anne, St. Francis and St. Mary’s.

Thank you community partners

Partnerships


Current partnerships

  • The Integrated School Support Project (ISSP)
    The Integrated School Support Project (ISSP), piloted in Holy Trinity School, is an intervention initiative made possible through a partnership with the Calgary Police Service and addresses a variety of needs in this diverse school and community.
  • Campus Calgary/Open Minds Program
    Campus Calgary/Open Minds is an innovative school program that enhances student learning by moving the classroom into vibrant community settings.
  • Multi-Agency School Support Team (MASST)
    The Multi-Agency School Support Team project has facilitated a collaborative and comprehensive approach to early identification and the delivery of prevention/intervention to children aged 5 to 15 years, in elementary through to junior high school who are exhibiting anti-social and negative behavior or are at increased risk of victimization.
  • Calgary Urban Aboriginal Youth & Education Strategy
    Calgary Urban Aboriginal Youth & Education Strategy sponsored by the United Way focuses on the Circle of Supports by providing wraparound supports for youth both in and out of school. Two initiatives involve creating resources for teachers (Blue Quills) and providing activities for students in after school programs (Boys & Girls Club).
  • The Calgary and Area Regional Collaborative Service Delivery (RCSD)
    The Calgary & Area Regional Collaborative Service Delivery (RSCD) is a provincial initiative to support the integration of services at the regional level. RCSD is an evolution of the previous Student Health Partnership (SHP) and involves regional partnership between School Authorities, Alberta Health Services, Child and Family Services and other community stakeholders.
  • Calgary United Way - All in for Youth
    Launched by United Way in 2012, All In for Youth provides innovative solutions to help youth stay in and complete high school. All In for Youth programs connect youth to positive adults, remove barriers to high school completion, and transition youth into adulthood through varied paths of learning and career success. All In for Youth has made over 16,000 positive adult youth connections since its launch, and contributed to increasing the overall high school completion rates in Calgary. All In for Youth is in 25 high schools, including All Saints, Bishop Carroll, Bishop Grandin, Bishop McNally, Bishop O’Byrne, Father Lacombe, Notre Dame, St. Anne, St. Francis and St. Mary’s.

Thank you community partners
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