ExploreLearning® was founded in 1999 with a mission to improve student learning in math and science through best-in-class online solutions. Today, our award-winning products — Gizmos®, Reflex®, Frax® and Science4Us®— are successfully used in every state and province and more than 80 countries around the world.
Saskatchewan Mining Association (SMA) is an industry-driven organization representing the mining and mineral exploration industry within Saskatchewan. SMA advocates on behalf of members on issues related to provincial and federal regulatory changes, develops and supports educational outreach programs, organized and hosts public outreach and membership events.
Flinn Scientific Canada is the most reliable science, STEM and safety supplier in the country and honoured to participate in the STSS. Visit us online at www.flinnsci.ca and find out how we can work with you to maintain the learning continuum for your students along their trajectory towards post-secondary and their career in the workplace. You have access to the combined talent, time, and experience of all of us here at Flinn to help you accomplish your goals and ensure your student success.
The Nutrients for Life Foundation is a registered Canadian charitable organization committed to bringing educational materials to the classroom. We work collaboratively with others to demonstrate the role of nutrients in plant production and promote solutions for sustainable agriculture and environmental stewardship. We offer funding opportunities and resources for Learning Gardens and School Gardens, a downloadable resource package, professional development seminars, and classroom visitations.
The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) regulates the practice of engineering and the practice of geoscience in Saskatchewan in the public interest. APEGS sets high standards for admission into the professions, disciplines professionals who fail to uphold practice and ethical standards, and takes appropriate action to prevent the illegal practice of engineering and geoscience and the misuse of the title 'engineer' and 'geoscientist' by individuals who are not licensed. There are currently about 14,000 individuals licensed with APEGS.