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Courage K-2

November 28, 2017

Eric Romero, K/1, College View Elementary, Denver CO, Tyler Carter 2015-16 Courage was a very fun and encouraging month for …

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Courage 6-8

November 28, 2017

Gariann Wrenchly, grades 7-8, Landstuhl EMS, Kaiserslautern Germany, Elana Meyers Taylor, 2015-16 We watched Apollo 13. Through the microscopes of …

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Celebrate the Games 3-5

November 28, 2017

Kids in the middle grades are the prime age to be curious about the wide world, and the world of …

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Celebrate the Games 6-8

November 28, 2017

The last time Classroom Champions celebrated the Games during the winter, students in the upper grades were fascinated with how …

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Celebrate the Games K-2

November 28, 2017

We can’t wait to see what students do this year to celebrate the Olympic and Paralympic Games! We’re anticipating lots …

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Goal Setting – K-2

November 24, 2017

Amy Simon, Grade 2, Julian Thomas Elementary, Racine WI, Sugar Todd, 2017-18 For our goal setting unit, we watched +Sugar …

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Classroom Champions to be awarded 2018 IOC Trophy for Olympism in Action

November 16, 2018

CALGARY (November 16, 2018) – On Saturday, November 17, The Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) will present the 2018 International Olympic Committee (IOC) Trophy for Olympism in Action to Classroom Champions. …

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Barney Bentall and the Cariboo Express raises record-breaking funds for Classroom Champions

November 16, 2018

On Friday November 9th , Barney Bentall and the Cariboo Express put on an incredible performance during the 4 th annual Peter Burgener Memorial charity concert, presented by Mawer and …

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Renowned Education Leader Joins Classroom Champions to Support Schools Across the Continent

November 5, 2018

SAN FRANCISCO, CA | CALGARY, AB – Classroom Champions is pleased to welcome renowned education leader Adam Welcome as the new Director of Education Partnerships for the U.S. and Canada. …

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Olympic Bobsledder Steve Mesler Spreads his Message to Kids Through Classroom Champions

January 3, 2018

Nihal Kolur, Sports Illustrated, November 20, 2017 – Read Original Article In a family of teachers, Steve Mesler felt ashamed. Living in Calgary at the time, the then-30-year-old Olympic gold …

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How I encourage students to open up

February 7, 2019

Presented by Ask, Listen, Learn; Author: Ella Maya, 6th grade teacher in Phoenix, AZ. Do you remember what it was like to be 11 years old?  Regardless of when that was, I’m …

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The Responsibility of Professional Elite Athletes

November 10, 2018

Presented by Ask, Listen, Learn U.S. Paralympian, athlete mentor, former Navy Seal Dan Cnossen To children, professional elite athletes are real-life superheroes. It is one of the great off-the-field gifts …

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Kids and alcohol don’t mix: Conversations give kids courage

March 11, 2018

This guest post comes from our partner, THE FOUNDATION FOR ADVANCING ALCOHOL RESPONSIBILITY (RESPONSIBILITY.ORG), visit Responsibility.org’s site: www.responsibility.org Whether you are a kid, tween, teen or adult, saying NO can …

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How Olympic Athletes Saved My Teaching Career

November 30, 2017

Three years ago, I was dragging myself toward the end of my fourth year of teaching. The stress of testing and my struggles with the curriculum had me on the …

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Classroom Champions is Family

November 30, 2017

Through working with Classroom Champions, I have found my passion for teaching again. Five years ago, I had reached the point where I questioned my future in this career. The …

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Mentorship Changed My Students’ Attitude

November 30, 2017

Classroom Champions has changed the way that my students have looked at challenges presented to them, whether it be spelling new words, reading, skating, or taking turns. Last year, I …

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