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Mosaic School Nutrition Challenge

Recipient Schools Announced for 2021 Mosaic School Nutrition Challenge

May 6, 2021

REGINA, SK  – Ten schools in Saskatchewan will each receive a $10,000 grant to support student nutrition after being selected to win this year’s Mosaic School Nutrition Challenge.

“We can’t wait to see what this year’s winning schools create with their funding for the next school year,” said Sarah Fedorchuk, The Mosaic Company’s Vice President, Government and Public Affairs, North America. “From gardens to cooking classes to breakfast programs, these 10 schools are providing healthier school environments that are sure to have a lasting impact on students and their schools, building on the program’s legacy that’s helped deliver better access to nutritious food in 70 Saskatchewan schools.”

The grants will support winning projects that have goals including supporting reconciliation projects, enhancing kitchen and garden facilities, increasing educational opportunities for students and families and expanding nutrition programs. Schools from across the province submitted their projects to compete for the total of $100,000 in prizes, provided by Mosaic. Schools receiving grants this year are part of Christ the Teacher, Good Spirit, Northern Lights, Prairie South, Regina Public, Saskatchewan Rivers, Saskatoon Public and South East Cornerstone school divisions.

To encourage grassroots initiatives to help improve student nutrition, this program, formerly known as the Mosaic Extreme School Makeover Challenge, began in 2006.

“The 27 school boards in Saskatchewan are so grateful for Mosaic’s ongoing generosity and continued commitment to this program,” said Dr. Shawn Davidson, president of the SSBA. “We are so excited to see innovative ideas continue to come forward in this, the 15th year.”


For a list of the winners, view  the backgrounder accompanying this media release.
For more information, please contact:
Joe Couture
Saskatchewan School Boards Association


Taken from media release: May 6, 2021 / From Saskatchewan School Boards Association