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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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Truth and Reconciliation Through Art in SRPSD

A unique learning experience brought the Native Studies 20 class from Debden Public School and students from North West College together.  Under the guidance of lead artist Leah Marie Dorion and Elder and Traditional Knowledge Keeper Gladys Wapass-Greyeyes from Thunderchild First Nation, the students created collaborative murals telling the story of reconciliation within the Treaty 6 region.  The purpose of the project was to create public awareness of the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action, specifically focusing on Education and

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W.P. Sandin Fundraising Event

The Student Leadership Council at W.P. Sandin, along with several community members, planned a fundraising event on April 15 in honour of the Humboldt Broncos.  The community of Shellbrook and surrounding area came out in huge numbers that day to support the event which included an 18-team street hockey tournament with participants ranging in ages from 4 – 60, a BBQ, raffle table, bouncy castle, and a minute of silence.  After a successful afternoon we were able to send $15,400

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Spring into Reading at VMPS

We celebrated the first day of spring with an invitation for families to join us for an afternoon of reading and refreshments.  Family members and their children were welcome to come and go anytime between 1:00 and 3:00.  After picking up their children from their classrooms, they joined us in the gym where cozy reading nooks were set up.  Featured were many wonderful new picture books purchased with our Indigo grant money, a variety of levelled readers, and IPads so

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Queen Mary Public School Round Dance

On Thursday, April 12, Queen Mary Public School hosted their annual Family Gathering and Round Dance. Families were invited to share in a Potluck feast with the staff and the West Flats community. The event was well attended with over 250 community members attending. After the feast, John McDonald drummed and sang while he led the Round Dance. Thanks to the Queen Mary staff members, John McDonald, students, parents, and community members for making this a wonderful event!

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SRPSD Supports Humboldt Broncos

Many schools across the division planned events to raise money and support for the Humboldt Broncos players, families and communities. One example is Miss Jordan and her grade 8 students from Princess Margaret Public School held an ice cream fundraiser for the Humboldt Broncos community.  In conjunction with jersey day, the students raised $471 in ice cream sales.  The staff, through their dress down for charity days added another $529. We are happy to donate $1000 towards the families and the

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  Education Centre 545 11th Street East • Prince Albert, SK • S6V 1B1 Phone: (306) 764-1571   Fax: (306) 763-4460 Robert Bratvold, Director of Education   April 9, 2018 Dear Students, Families, Staff, and Community, It is with the deepest sadness that we mourn Friday’s horrific accident that injured 14 players and claimed the lives of 15 members of the Humboldt Broncos hockey team. Our thoughts and prayers are with the parents/caregivers, families, friends, teammates, classmates, billets, coaches, teachers, staff,

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