The ERA and Kayla’s Computers for Kids teamed up once again to donate 3 laptops to 3 students at Clarence Sansome School in Calgary this week. This schools mission is to have excellence through exemplary, innovative and sustaining programs. Clarence Sansom School is the school of choice with an enriched student-centred environment that supports positive behaviour as well as the development of teaching, assessment and planning practices that lead to enhanced student understanding, engagement and ownership of learning.
Clarence Sansom was a lifelong educator in Alberta. After graduating from the University of New Brunswick in Arts, he began his teaching service as Principal of the original Central School in Calgary in 1907. Over the next 40 years he moved to several locales throughout the province, sharing his expertise as a teacher, administrator and leader of the newly founded Alberta Teachers’ Association. He concluded his illustrious career as director of the newly established Calgary Branch of the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta in 1946/47.
This donation will assist the students with school work, projects at home and day to day tasks. We wish them the best of luck!
If you would like to learn more about this school, please visit their website here.