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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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By participating in the Future Goals program, your student may be eligible to enroll in the EduCup Challenge. EduCup harnesses the spirit of competition by encouraging students to use digital programs to showcase their knowledge through a series of related social media challenges. Visit EduCupChallenge.​com for rules and information on scholarship and prize opportunities.

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Stephanie here- @EVERFIK12 Schools Manager in St. Louis taking over as Fan of the Day! 🏒🥅 My family has missed hockey these last few months but last year gave us some incredible memories celebrating the @StLouisBlues #StanleyCup win!

And the winner of the Mascot #EduCupChallenge is the @NJDevil00!

Want to get in on the fun? Join the challenge and help your region bring home the gold: https://everfi.com/educup-challenge?source=&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=organicsocial&utm_campaign=ENT-EduCup-Challenge

A special shout out to our @FutureGoalsSTEM Teachers of the Month for the 2019-20 school year:

🔵 Nicole Boone
🔴 Dora Schaffer
⚪ Kristina Zammit
🔵 Sierra Burt
🔴 Dawn Marie Athas
⚪ Patrick Montenora

Thank you for all that you have done for your students and communities!

Impact of the Program

Over 3.1 million students
Over 6.5 million hours of learning
Over 900 events including 490,000 students