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SRPSD Celebrates International Literacy Day

It is a fortunate coincidence that International Literacy Day is celebrated on Sept 8, 2018, at the conclusion of the first week of classes in Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division.  In our schools’ commitment to student achievement, viewable here, we believe that Literacy is the focus that connects all our good work together.  Literacy begins with the fundamental acquisition of skills in reading, writing, listening, speaking, viewing, representing, and mathematics. It becomes the ability of all students to think, apply,

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Welcome Back SRPSD Staff!!

Schools are open and staff are making the final preparations for another great school year.  Teachers and staff often begin preparing for the new school year even before the last one finishes, and this week they were putting the finishing touches on the plans for 2018-19.  We are a great group of learners and these last few days before students arrived provided opportunities for staff to reconnect with each other, share learning opportunities and finalizes plans to reach our goals

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SRPSD Hosts Fantastic Music Camp!

Summer music camp was a hit! Grades 4-8 SRPSD students from W.J. Berezowsky, Princess Margaret and Vincent Massey schools had the opportunity to participate in a four day SMA Summer Music Camp held at W.J. Berezowsky School in July. Students tried their hand at wind, percussion and string instruments and sang together as a group each day. The camp was a great opportunity for students to improve on their skills, try new instruments and make new friends. Students showcased their

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National Indigenous Peoples Day

Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day with many learning and celebration events.  We know that Indigenous peoples have made invaluable contribution to this country and continue to play a strong role in shaping our present and our future.  Too often, we do not recognize the strength and resilience of Indigenous peoples who have survived oppression and discrimination and we neglect to make the effort to make reconciliation a reality. First Nations, Metis and Inuit people have

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SRPSD Students Builds, Paints and Programs an Amazing Project

The Flashback Attack Arcade is an Practical and Applied Arts project started back in September by Taylor Pacholko, a Grade 12 student at Kinistino Public School and involved hundreds of hours of work.  The arcade is completely home made out of MDF wood which was then hand-painted with a handful of old video game mascots done in acrylic paint. The arcade itself has a lit-up marquee decal that Taylor designed using inspiration from the arcade game Galaga, arcade buttons and

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10th Annual Art Show

On Wednesday, May 9, 2018, the Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division held their 10th annual Art Show.  Over 100 people attended this annual event showcasing students’ art from across the division.  All students received a Certificate of Appreciation. Awards of Excellence were awarded to:  Ryder Hryniuk for the Kindergarten to Grade 3 age category; Logan Bird and Bailey Chicoine for the Grades 4 to 6 age category; Tia-Lee McCallum for the Grades 7 to 9 age category; and Salina Bailey

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SRPSD Students Excel in Regional Science Fair

Two Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division students are in Ottawa for the week of May 14, 2018 representing our region at the Canada Wide Science Fair competition.  Emily Zbaraschuk, a grade nine student from Meath Park Public School, and Holden Willoughby a grade 8 student from WP Sandin Public High School both won a spot at the National Science fair after successful competition at the North East Regional Science Fair.  With the support of teachers, staff and families these students

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SHSAA Sportsmanship

The bright blue SHSAA Sportsmanship banner hangs at the front entrance of W.P. Sandin as it awaits its place high on the gymnasium wall. The Mixed Curling team conducted themselves at Provincials with such respect, focus, and care, that they were nominated by their peers to win the award. Our team led by Marliese Kasner and Joanne Tremblay consists of two grade 9, a grade 10, and a grade 11 student. Proud congratulations to our Skip Brennan Stochmanski, Third Alexis

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