Future Goals Now Available for Teachers and Families
A FREE and fun online course to keep students and parents engaged at home.
Hockey has always been more than a game, it’s a community united by a sport. The NHL and NHLPA remain committed to supporting the hockey community, students, parents, and teachers during these ever-changing times. With many school districts and parents utilizing remote learning plans, we are offering teachers and parents free, remote access to our Future Goals program. Future Goals includes two online resources: Hockey Scholar – an interactive hockey-themed STEM curriculum for middle-school and elementary-school-aged students and Healthier Me – a program that provides elementary-school-aged students the tools they need to make healthy decisions.
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St. Louis Blues Visit Local School
St. Louis Blues players Zach Sanford and Robert Bortuzzo visited Parkway Northeast Middle School on November 18 to celebrate students’ participation in the Future Goals program.
Congratulations to Mr.
Brian Stockdell, the St. Louis Blues’ November Teacher of the Month! Mr.
Stockdell is a sixth-grade science teacher at James Bridger Middle
Why did you decide to
become a teacher? What is your favorite part about teaching?
I became a teacher
because I’ve always liked helping others. My teachers as a kid inspired
me to become a teacher as they encouraged success through learning and cared
for their students. My favorite part about teaching is interacting with
the kids and seeing their excitement when they observe scientific phenomena for
the first time.
What is your favorite
part of Future Goals? How are you using it in your classroom?
I enjoy Future Goals
because not only is it highly engaging but also educational. It also gives me
the opportunity to talk about sports—at least the St. Louis Blues. I use Future
Goals to both to teach concepts and also to review concepts already taught in
Who is your favorite NHL
player and why?
My favorite NHL player
is Colton Parayko. My favorite players in most sports are defensive players,
and Colton is a rising star that happens to play for my favorite NHL team.
Colton actually visited our school a few years ago. He was great as he
interacted with the kids working on Future Goals and encouraged them to value
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