Community Events and Challenges


Strathcona County enjoys engaging the schools in our community events. These great events can generate competition among your school, or simply provide your school with the opportunity to learn about community issues.

Active Schools Challenge 

Get your elementary class active for an extra 30 minutes every day from March 5 to 16. Track your progress every day and you could could win a field trip to Millennium Place including bussing and a healthy snack. Every class that participates will receive a prize pack and a free admission pass to any Strathcona County recreation facility for each student.

Register by calling Jennifer Wilson at 780-416-7272.

Annual Agricultural Poster Contest

Every spring, Strathcona County’s Agricultural Service Board (ASB) invites kids in elementary schools (grade 3, 4, and 5) in Strathcona County and Fort Saskatchewan to participate in their annual school poster contest. The contest encourages children to think about the importance of agriculture and how it links to them, whether they live on a farm, acreage or in town. Children have an opportunity to win prizes as well as express their ideas about the agriculture community. 

Arbor Day

Each year in early may Strathcona County presents all grade one students with a seedling to help celebrate arbor day. Come help instill the importance of trees and caring for our environment at an early age!

Parks activity book 

School's Mayor Walk/Run

Calling all schools or classroom that are interested in participating in a walk/run as a healthy initiative and to gain team spirit. This great event happens the beginning of May.


Your school can pick a date, in the last two weeks in April, to pick up garbage and we will supply the waste bags to help you clean up your school and the surrounding community! 

For more information on all of this year's dates & events please view the latest active schools booklet on our active schools page.

Additional information
Phone: 780-467-2211

Last updated: Monday, April 23, 2018
Page ID: 39535