New 2016-2017 Intake Schedule – Date Changes

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***Important Notice***

 

Mark your calendars! A brand new grant application intake schedule for 2016-2017 has been set.  Note that the total number of intake deadlines per year has been reduced to three (3).
 
The new 2016-2017 grant funding application deadline dates are as follows;
 
–  January 30, 2016 – Quarter 4 intake for 2015–2016 grant cycle year,
–  April 30, 2016 – Intake deadline #1 of 2016–2017,
–  September 30, 2016 – Intake deadline #2 of 2016–2017,
–  January 30, 2017 – Intake deadline #3 of 2016–2017.

 

Please plan accordingly and submit early.  For example, if you are applying for a spring project, you’ll need to submit at the January 30 intake date. For Summer and early Fall programs, you’ll need to apply by April 30. And for late Fall and Winter projects, apply by September 30, 2015.

 

Registration Reminder

Your organization must have an up-to-date Registration in order to submit a grant application. Please allow a minimum of 2-3 weeks for processing of new applications for Registration, as well as, renewals of Registrations. Applications without the specified support documents can not be processed. Please see the Policy Allocation Guidelines for information on Registering as an Eligible Organization under the Grant Funding tab of our website.

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Circus comes to town for public school students!

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The big tent is coming to Saskatoon in a small way, as public school students prepare to showcase their circus talents.

Students between the ages of nine and 14 attended a week-long circus performance camp at North Park Wilson School this week. They perform there for the public today at 2:15 p.m. This is the third year the school has hosted a circus camp, and the seventh consecutive year the school division has run the program.

“It’s physical activity and artistic expression combined into one. But it’s also not competitive, so students who might not do traditional drama or sports will be engaged in this as well, because it’s something really unique,” said Michael Bradford, vice-principal of College Park School.

Participation for all the kids involved was free of charge, thanks to sponsorship from Canadian Tire Jumpstart and support from the Saskatchewan Arts Board and Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation.

Financial Reporting Back Online

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Please note that our Financial Reporting is now back online!

Please contact Debbie Dreaver at 306-956-6135 if you have any problems filling out reports.

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