Features & Highlights
Halton students and their families are grateful to special donors, such as yourself, who generously support local students, and as a result help students-in-need overcome barriers, enabling them to stay in school, engage in their learning and enagage socially with their classmates. EVERY DAY, YOU have a positive impact on children and their futures. Here are some of the many students that have been helped:
This 17 year old student has been at our school for 2 years. Last summer, her blended family moved to another city and were unwilling to take her with them. She rents a room in a home and works part-time. She is struggling to meet her basic needs and is thinking about abandoning school for this year. (read more)
Hydros Support Energy and Conservation Demand Management Program in Halton Public Schools
Halton Learning Foundation (HLF) is pleased to announce the commitment of Burlington Hydro Electric Inc., Oakville Hydro Electricity Distribution Inc., Halton Hills Hydro Inc., and Milton Hydro Distribution Inc. to the Halton District School Board and Halton Catholic District School Board’s Energy Conservation & Demand Management Program. (more…)
Play a Round with us…for the kids!
Join us May 28th, 2013 at Crosswinds Golf Club for our 10th Annual Golf Tournament to benefit Halton Students! This tournament has become an annual event on the calendar for many Halton businesses and Individuals. The day is a great opportunity for networking. So, grab your clubs, invite some colleagues, business partners, and friends and look forward to a great day out to benefit students!
IBEW Local 105 Establishes NEW Electrical Apprenticeship Award
The NEW “IBEW Local 105 Electrical Apprenticeship Award“ has been set up to encourage and support a Halton District School Board student who wishes to pursue an electrical trade post-graduation.
“The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 105, is extremely excited about partnering with the Halton District School Board, as well as the Halton Learning Foundation. We recognize the quality of training the students are receiving and are eager to provide opportunities to high achieving students who strive to have a career in the Electrical Industry.”, says Steve Fox, Business Agent, IBEW Local 105.
Halton Learning Foundation Names Karmel Sakran as New Board Chair and Appoints New Directors
“It is with great appreciation and pride that I serve on the Board of the Halton Learning Foundation.The most important resource for our community is our youth. The Halton Learning Foundation provides an essential building block to ensure that our children, particularly those in need, participate fully in the variety of learning opportunities existing in our schools. Healthy and strong children reflect well on our community. I am very encouraged to see the tremendous support from our corporate and individual donors and look forward to my term as Board Chair as we continue our mission to make an even greater positive impact in the educational experience of Halton students.”. Karmel Sakran
Prosperity ONE Credit Union donates $5,000 to Escarpment View Public School for Literacy Resources
YOU can Light The Way for Halton Students-in-Need!
Giving Light the Way gifts is a special way to commemorate occasions such as holidays, birthdays, anniversaries and business openings or expansions, and to mark milestones such as graduations, retirements, business success, and the beginning of the school year. (Light the Way!…)