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SaskTel Pioneers to Support Literacy!

Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division is excited to receive a wonderful gift from the SaskTel Pioneers to support Literacy!  The SaskTel Pioneers is a volunteer organization of SaskTel employees and recently they donated boxes and boxes of books to SRPSD schools. The Pioneers sourced the books through First Book Canada which is another organization that supports Literacy efforts.  These partnerships  have a strong positive effect on students. In part, they help to: Elevate the quality of literacy programs. Enrich the learning experience for

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Saskatchewan’s Bullying Awareness Week Nov 12-18, 2017

The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed November 12-18, as Bullying Awareness Week in Saskatchewan.  This year’s theme is Stand Up! (to bullying). During Bullying Awareness Week students, school staff and parents are encouraged to learn more about the issues of bullying and work together to prevent it in communities and schools through education and awareness.  Contact your local SRPSD school to learn more about what is happening to support students, staff and communities. The provincial Ministry of Education and SaskTel are

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SASKATCHEWAN RIVERS PUBLIC BOARD CHAIR AND VICE-CHAIR NAMED

MEDIA RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 7, 2017 SASKATCHEWAN RIVERS PUBLIC BOARD CHAIR AND VICE-CHAIR NAMED At the November 6 Organizational Meeting of the Saskatchewan Rivers Public Board of Education, the Board re-acclaimed Barry Hollick as Chair and Jaimie Smith-Windsor as Vice-Chair for the 2017-2018 year. With the acclamation, trustees demonstrated an appreciation of the solid guidance from Chair Hollick and Vice-Chair Smith-Windsor in the last year and trust in their continued leadership. Both expressed appreciation for the confidence the

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OPENING DOORS TO TOMORROW

In conjunction with education week, the OD2T career fair and our writing goal for Meath Park Public School, our education week committee came up with the idea of creating a wall of writing of what each of our students want to be in the future. It included a writing phrase/picture for our k/1.  A sentence or two in gr 2 and so on all the way up to a paragraph. Each writing sample creates a brick as part of our

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8th Annual Career/Job Fair OPENING DOORS TO TOMORROW

The career/job fair provides a common forum for agencies, organizations, businesses, universities, colleges and other interested parties to come together in one place and showcase what they have to offer. This OD2T Career Fair is designed to assist students and youth as well as the general population of Prince Albert and surrounding communities to prepare for, obtain, and/or maintain employment. This year, over 2600 students have registered to participate and an additional 500 community members are expected to attend. Wednesday,

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Queen Mary Public School Raises 1571 Non-Perishable Food Items for the Food Bank

Queen Mary Public School holds another successful Can-a-Thon in conjunction with Thanksgiving. Classrooms at Queen Mary challenge other classrooms in an attempt to collect the most food items for the Food Bank. This year the grade 4’s in Mrs. Lepage’s room collected over 200 items. An honorable mention goes to Ms. Rosevelt’s room with 179 items.  In total, on Friday, October 13, 2017, the school donated 1571 non-perishable food items; that is 760.4 lbs of food given to the Food

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Supporting Reconciliation at WESMOR Public High School

Orange Shirt Day is an opportunity for schools, communities, local governments, and First Nations to come together in the spirit of reconciliation and hope for this generation of children and future generations. September 30 was chosen because it is the time of year in which children were taken from their homes to residential schools. On September 29, WESMOR students and staff took the opportunity to engage in the spirit of reconciliation. Students explored the history of residential schools and discussed

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Saluting educators today for World Teachers’ Day!

“If you have to put someone on a pedestal, put teachers. They are society’s heroes.” – Guy Kawasaki The Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division is proud to celebrate educators worldwide for World Teachers’ Day, for their unwavering commitment in helping students reach their full potential. Today, we invite you to recognize and celebrate teachers in your community. To all teachers and educators in SRPSD and across the globe, happy World Teachers’ Day!

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New Teacher Rookie Camp!!

We congratulate our first year teachers for the Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division! We have a teacher orientation program that assists teachers in their first two years of teaching. In our efforts to offer support in the upcoming school year SRPSD runs workshops for all new teachers.  Our amazing Inclusive Learning Team assists in the facilitation of the course content throughout the year. A wide range of topics are covered from assessment, discipline, teaching software, academic intervention and more. Teaching

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