Fundraising in action at CFIS: Variable learning stations in Grade 4 classrooms

student using under-the-desk bicycle while working in classroomOur 21st century furniture pilot project continues to be the talk of our Grade 4 classrooms. Teachers, students and parents are witness to the incredible impact these classroom changes are having on students. 

“There is a clear difference in our classroom this year.

Getting in the Zone: Teaching self-regulation strategies to kindergarten students

French immersion teacher in classroom Early each fall, we teach the Zones of Regulation program to kindergarten students. Introduced by occupational therapists who work with the school, this social-emotional program teaches appropriate vocabulary and self-regulation skills.

Globe and Mail article excerpt on CFIS Travel Studies

Excerpt taken from the Globe and Mail article on September 29, 2016 by Diane Jermyn: As a UNESCO school, the Calgary French and International School (CFIS) strives to create first-hand cross-cultural experiences for all students using the United Nations educational

Buy your grocery cards now and help raise over $30,000!

The Grocery Card Program has been managed by parent volunteers since it began in 2006. Last year alone, the Grocery Card Program raised over $31,000 that will go towards purchasing 21st century tools and improving learning environments for students at CFIS. The school is pleased to continue to offer you the opportunity to purchase grocery cards to generate useful dollars at the school. 

Click here for your order form and
details about the kiddie mail agreement!


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