Team Up Challenge

A service-learning initiative that gives students a chance to apply learning to the real world, away from the classroom. It connects life experiences to curriculum, bringing education alive in powerful ways. Students identify a need in their community and work to establish a change. Past projects have rescued animals, launched safe driving campaigns, created outdoor learning centers and partnered with the San Antonio Food Bank to feed over 4,000 children.

Team Up Challenge

The Team Up Challenge Scholars Program, presented by AT&T, is for select college students who serve as mentors for the K-12 Team Up Challenge participants throughout the academic year (two scholars per team). Scholars take a leadership role and guide their Team Up Challenge team to make a run for the Championship.

Team Up Challenge

The Team Up Anytime program is for students and teachers who are interested in service –learning but may not have the time to devote to a year-long project. Silver & Black Give Back has determined set months to focus on five categories. Below is the schedule – Silver & Black Give Back will support teams’ projects that focus on these areas of service. Click here for More Information!
  • November: Uniformed Services
  • December: Arts & Culture
  • January: Health & Wellness
  • February: Education
  • April: Health & Awareness

Rampage Stick with Reading


The Rampage and The UPS Store reward 1st through 5th grade students that have met their reading goals, and also encourages them to spend more time reading. Teachers determine reading goals based on current student needs. Students are nominated to win great prizes when they reach 90% of their goal!

Face Off Against Kids Cancer

“Face-Off Against Kids Cancer” is a program that pairs a Rampage hockey player with a child from the Centers for Oncology and Blood Disorders at Christus Santa Rosa who is in either early stages of treatment for pediatric cancer or hopefully in remission. The players and children then participate together in a series of social events over a five month period with the hopes of creating a lasting relationship and increased awareness about childhood cancer in the community.

Face Off Fanatics

Face-Off Fanatics presented by Little Fighter Foundation is helping the Rampage this season in their fight against pediatric cancer. For every goal the Rampage score this season, the Little Fighter Foundation will donate $5 towards pediatric cancer programs that the Rampage support such as Face-Off Against Kids Cancer. You can also become a 'Face-Off Fanatic' and help join on our cause by donating money for every goal the Rampage score.

 

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