Pathway Project Awards 20/21
The Pathway to Stewardship and Kinship celebrated a year of exceptional contribution from our Pathway community at the Camp Kawartha Environment Centre on Oct. 3. The awards celebration highlighted the outstanding efforts of families, educators, schools, and community leaders who have contributed to the 14,295 Landmark activities reported in the past year.
We were delighted to recognize the following Pathway Explorers for their exceptional contribution over the last year.
Sunshine Daycare took the group award for Highest Landmark Points with 207 points. The Chickadees were close behind with 147 and captured the Family category for Highest Landmark Points.
Millbrook South Cavan Public School reported 1,203 experiences from their school clinching the prize for Highest Landmark Experiences, Group. The Nature Nuts took the award for Highest Landmark Points for a Family with 67 experiences reported.
The Outstanding Leadership Awards for exceptional contribution by an educator or community leader were:
Heather Snowball, Highland Heights
Emily Warren, Home Childcare
Lindsay Bowen, Immaculate Conception
Indrani Talapatra, KPR virtual Kindergarten
Lisa Gutoskie, R.F. Downey
The following schools and centres completed the Trailblazer, Step 1: Acorn program and are moving into the Trailblazer, Step 2: Sapling program
Highland Heights Public School
Millbrook South Cavan Public School
Peterborough Child and Family Centres
Compass Early Learning Home Childcare
Northern Lights Children’s Daycare
Trent Childcare at St. Luke’s
Congratulations to all the winners and to each person who has supported the Pathway Project. As the program continues to grow we are inspired and encouraged by all the great work and goodwill. Keep an eye out for more family outreach opportunities throughout the upcoming year.
The Pathway Project is a community partnership directed by Camp Kawartha and sponsored by the Ontario Trillium Foundation. Its many partners include Peterborough Public Health, Otonabee Conservation, Peterborough Child and Family Centres, GreenUP, regional Boards of Education, The City of Peterborough, Fleming College and Trent University. The project promotes 30 age-linked Landmarks developed through extensive research and community consultation. These Landmarks are a step-wise approach to fostering healthy kids with strong skills in stewardship and leadership.