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CONGRATULATIONS to Central Park Elementary School Mosaic Challenge Winner 2020

May 07, 2020


 Media Release -- MESMC Winners 2020.pdf

Recipient Schools Announced for 2020 Mosaic Challenge -

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

"The success of this program grows year over year, thanks in large part to the commitment from educators in our province," said Sarah Fedorchuk, The Mosaic Company’s Vice President, Public Affairs & Government Relations, North America. "Now, in its 14th year, Mosaic remains committed to funding the Mosaic Extreme School Makeover Challenge to ensure 10 more schools can provide healthier school environments for their students."

The grants will support winning projects that have goals including building or renovating kitchen, garden and other indoor and outdoor facilities; enhancing, through courses, clubs and other efforts, the learning opportunities available for students, families and communities about topics including nutrition, cooking, Indigenous traditional knowledge and environmental sustainability; promoting reconciliation and celebrating cultures; and, implementing or increasing breakfast, lunch and other 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 the Good Spirit, Greater Saskatoon Catholic, Horizon, North East, Prairie South, Regina Catholic, Saskatchewan Rivers, Saskatoon Public and South East Cornerstone school divisions and the Muskoday First Nation.

To encourage grassroots initiatives to help improve student nutrition, the Mosaic Challenge began in 2006. Mosaic and the SSBA have continued to partner for the initiative since then.

"Mosaic has been a very generous partner in support of improved nutrition environments for the students of our province and we are pleased to continue this program during these unprecedented times," said Dr. Shawn Davidson, president of the SSBA. "Saskatchewan’s 27 school boards are thankful for Mosaic’s ongoing commitment."

2020 Mosaic Extreme School Makeover Challenge Winners

 Central Park Elementary School (Nipawin) - North East School Division

  • Renovate existing servery
  • Celebrate First Nation and Métis cultures 
  • Purchase commercial dishwasher