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9th Annual Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division Art Show

The 9th Annual Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division Art Show was held Wednesday, May 10, 2017.   There were 23 schools that submitted approximately 500 pieces of art work.  From this, approximately 150 pieces were chosen to be displayed at the Art Show.  The show had overwhelming support from the artists and their families with over 200 people in attendance. The following students received an Award of Excellence in their category: PreKindergarten to Grade 2 – Isaac Schwartzenberger Grade 3 to

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Physics 30 Students Extending the Walls of Their Classroom

Principal Jeff Court of Birch Hills Public School sent in a great tweet and information about Physics 30 Students Extending the Walls of Their Classroom…check it out! His contact information is included if you are interested in the learning strategies! Physics 30 students from Birch Hills Public School and Carlton Comprehensive Public School have been working collaboratively on the concepts of modern physics. Students have been utilizing Google Hangout, a video conferencing tool, to work together on understanding concepts that

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Riverside Learn to Skate

Learn to skate is a popular after school activity at Riverside School. Over 40 students hone their skating skills twice a week. The  Prince Albert Northern Bears helped with tying skates and skating with the students. This was fun and was greatly appreciated. The Riverside Learn to Skate students and staff wish to congratulate the Prince Albert Northern Bears in their Provincial games as our Western Region champions.  

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Take The Lead

On Thursday, April 27, 2017, Take the Lead Youth Leaders from Vincent Massey Public School along with the adult coaches, Janet Jurgens and Sandra Klarenback, attended the S.A.C.E. Provincial Conference to present and discuss our TTL Program.  This program has been running for six years with great success.  In 2016-2017 we had over 50 active youth leaders volunteering their time.  The three students had an opportunity to speak with a Trustee from another school division within our province to give

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Theodore court case statement – April 21, 2017

                                         The Public Section [of the Saskatchewan School Boards Association] acknowledges the important decision released yesterday by the Court of Queen’s Bench in relation to the Theodore school case. The judgment in the case is a culmination of a process that Saskatchewan Public Schools have been pursuing for over a decade, to determine the appropriateness of public funding for the education

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Best Witness at the McKercher Cup

Congratulations to Brayden Caron from St. Louis Public School for winning the award for Best Witness at the McKercher Cup in Saskatoon on April 8th.  McKercher LLP continues a long-standing tradition of supporting Canadian Bar Association Law Day activities by sponsoring the annual student mock trial competitions. Brayden’s award was presented to him by Judge Gerald Morin.   

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April is Autism Awareness month.  Autism is commonly characterized as a mental condition that affects communication and behaviour, which is present from an early age.  Did you know… Autism is more common in boys Autism is becoming more prevalent There’s more than one form of autism There is no single cause Autistic patients excel creatively In recognition and support of Autism Awareness month, Shellbrook Elementary Public School staff and students wear BLUE.    

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Public Meeting

The Board of Education of Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division invites you to a Public Meeting to discuss Information & Implications of the Potential Formation of a Catholic School Division Christopher Lake Public School gymnasium Monday, April 10, 2017 7:00 p.m. This will be an opportunity for all residents of Christopher Lake and the surrounding area to hear information and ask questions about the potential formation of a Catholic School Division in the area. Everyone is invited and encouraged to

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Fourth Annual Teaching Round Dance

March was special for all grade nine and ten students at Carlton Comprehensive Public High School who were invited to experience their Fourth Annual Teaching Round Dance! The learning focused day included a pipe ceremony, breakout sessions, a feast, drumming and singing and the round dance itself.  Preparing for the round dance started weeks ahead of time with weekly meetings.  In a very traditional way the day before the round dance students were asked to help prepare the vegetables for

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