Foundations - PLCC

"Physical literacy is the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge, and understanding to value and take responsibility for engagement in physical activities for life."

 - The International Physical Literacy Association, May 2014

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What is Physical Literacy and Community Connections (PLCC)?

The Physical Literacy and Community Connections (PLCC) programming provides a wide variety of opportunities intentionally implemented to meet the unique learning needs and interests of the students with the Foundations programs. The focus of PLCC is put on functional programming, physical literacy, communication and social skills, healthy life choices, literacy/numeracy, and faith.

PLCC offers our students of Foundations new opportunities to become more familiar and comfortable while out in various community settings. Fortunately for us, the City of Red Deer is blessed with many wonderful facilities and community partners that have the potential to add authentic experiences for the students of Foundations to enjoy and connect with!

The hands-on, real-world skills students will learn through PLCC easily translates into the classroom, at home, and across the lifespan! We aim to build competence and confidence in as many different forms as possible.

If you have any questions or would like to know more about the Physical Literacy and Community Connections program contact your child's teacher or contact Randi MacDonald, Program Coordinator @

PLCC is housed out of St.Francis and accessed through Foundations at St.Teresa and Notre Dame as well.

Extracurricular Opportunities for Fun


Look for Play6S to register for FREE opportunities to grow and explore new skills!

Red Deer Children's Adapted Sports Association 

Red Deer College proudly hosts a number of different activities catered to building new skills and competencies. If you don't see what you're looking for here check out their Facebook page!