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RIVERSIDE PUBLIC SCHOOL MISS THEIR STUDENTS AND COMMUNITY

Since the suspension of classes in March, our Riverside staff greatly misses seeing our students and their families. On Friday, May 8, 2020, rain or shine (or apparently snow) we wanted to have a “We Miss You” parade through our attendance area to see our students and families, even if it had to be from a distance.  We were touched by the enthusiasm and creativity of the students and families who braved the weather to show us their smiling faces

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STAYING CONNECTED

W.P. SANDIN PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL and SHELLBROOK PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL – STAYING CONNECTED The staff at Shellbrook Elementary School and W.P. Sandin Public High School hit the roads to greet students, parents and community members of Shellbrook from afar.  The car parade through town included many smiles and waves from our students and parents who came out to greet us as well as a drive by the hospital for a special thank you to our health care workers.  We then

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JOHN DIEFENBAKER PUBLIC SCHOOL

Our staff at JDPS have discovered a variety of ways to connect with our Stinger community.  Teachers have found many platforms to assist them in engaging students for supplemental learning.  Most have continued to communicate through Seesaw and some have discovered new ways to captivate our students.  Our Grade 1 teacher, Melissa Melnyk, has been using an online Newsletter (smore.com) to communicate with her students and to engage them with fun activities.  Jen Michell-Kohut our P.E. teacher has been using

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VINCENT MASSEY PUBLIC SCHOOL STAYS CONNECTED

Vincent Massey Public School Staff are missing their students, their families and each other so much!  We hosted a Spirit Week through Facebook and Seesaw to create a little fun and to stay connected. It was exciting to see the smiling faces of our students and the eager participation from our staff! We understand that during these times many families are struggling.  Our staff wanted to do something to support our community so we made a $1000.00 donation from our

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SPRUCE HOME PUBLIC SCHOOL STAYING CONNECTED

The staff and students at Spruce Home Public School recently took part in their first ever Virtual Spirit Week.  The week included Wacky Wear Day, Chalk the Walk Day, Tropical Day and Share the Love Day.  Thanks to technology, we posted pictures from the safety of our homes and shared them with the rest of our school community.  Thank you Ms. McArthur for this wonderful idea that allowed us to connect and encourage one another!

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ÉCOLE VICKERS PUBLIC SCHOOL CELEBRATES MOTHER’S DAY WEEKEND

École Vickers staff hosted a Mother’s Day Weekend 2 Km Fun Run (or walk) on the Rotary Trail outside the school. First, the staff came and wrote inspirational messages to our students to let them know how much we miss them. Then, Vickers families came out over the weekend and participated in the run. Having a “come and go” style run spanning over several days was the best way to follow all of the guidelines for social distancing. We encouraged

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VINCENT MASSEY PUBLIC SCHOOL

Kassia Miller, teacher with Vincent Massey Public School, engaged students in an ELA and PAA combined assignment. The students were asked to find a recipe that they would cook for their family.  They would then type it out in the google documents or create slides. They were asked, with the help of a family member, to be safe and collect ingredients while reminding them of social distancing and hand washing. Once all ingredients were acquired, they would create a meal

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SASKATCHEWAN RIVERS PUBLIC SCHOOLS – COMMUNITY CLEAN UP

A few SRSPD schools have accepted the challenge to clean up their community.  With practicing social distancing and proper safety measures in place, they not only cleaned their school yard but also paid it forward and cleaned another school yard within Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division.  Great job! https://paherald.sk.ca/2020/05/13/prince-albert-schools-taking-part-in-clean-up-challenge-across-city/

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WP SANDIN PUBLIC SCHOOL – TEACHERS REACHING OUT

Our staff at WP Sandin continue to find innovative ways to reach and teach our students including the invention of the “Mathmobile”!  The amazing MathMan brings lessons to our school parking lot where students are able to physically distance themselves out of the back of their own vehicles while they receive supplemental learning for our senior math courses.  Maybe someday you too will be lucky enough to get a drive by math lesson from our newest math super hero!  #wearesandin

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