RCE Saskatchewan's Annual Recognition Event for Education for Sustainable Development

10th Annual RCE Recognition Event:  May 2, 2018, in Stockholm, SK

Every year, RCE Saskatchewan brings its recognition event to a community in Saskatchewan leading the way in education for sustainable development. 

2018 Recipients and Dignitaries

In 2018, 23 initiatives from around the province were recognized.  Check out our Twitter feed for photos from the 2018 event!

We are grateful to RCE Saskatchewan's Patron, His Honour the Honourable W. Thomas Molloy, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, for presenting the awards with us.  Thank you as well to this year's community host, Macdonald School, a K-9 school with 97 students, 5 teachers and remarkable initiative. They have implemented several school based projects including an outdoor classroom with a brick amphitheatre, storage barn, nature trails, and teepees. They have added a greenhouse & flower gardens and a community Mental Health Gazebo. For more information on this community’s ingenuity watch this Youtube video

Ceremonial Tree Planting in Macdonald School Outdoor Classroom

Ceremonial tree planting at Macdonald Outdoor Classroom, Stockholm, Saskatchewan by RCE Saskatchewan's Patron, His Honour the Honourable W. Thomas Molloy, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, Macdonald School Principal Reg Leidl, Dr. Charles Hopkins, UNESCO Chair in Reorienting Education for Sustainable Development, and RCE Co-coordinator Dr. Roger Petry.  May 2, 2018.

Visit the RCE Recognition Event Web Site for past recipients and photo galleries