Stantec is pleased to partner with Nu Nennè-Stantec to donate to the Le Goff School for the Fountas and Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention Program for kindergarten to grade four students.
“When I made the announcement about the donation I was able to meet with some of the students involved in the program, which was both an encouraging and rewarding experience,” said Cheryl Forner, Operations Manager for Nu Nennè-Stantec. “I’ve been invited back to the school for further interaction with their students and I look forward to seeing how they are progressing as they work through the literacy program.”
“All students improved last year, and in some instances, students improved by two grade levels! Our literacy goal at Le Goff School continues to support all students achieving at minimum, grade level literacy success,” says Maryann Bushore, Principal of Le Goff School.
Strong long-lasting relationships allow us all to reach our full potential. Community engagement is important to Stantec’s Aboriginal Partnerships as a way to invest directly into the community and strengthen relationships with our partners. We understand and believe in the importance of contributing to the communities and making connections where we work.
“I am proud to work with companies, both Stantec and Nu Nennè-Stantec that encourage community engagement and value supporting initiatives including the Le Goff School literacy program. Literacy skills are an important foundation for all of us. Knowing how excited the staff at Le Goff School is about the program and that Cold Lake First Nations community members support this program made it an easy decision to be involved,” said Cheryl.