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Wesmor Public High School was chosen for the WestJet Experience to attend WE Day Manitoba in Winnipeg. Each year, WestJet provides flights and hotels for schools in provinces and territories without WE Day to attend a WE Day in another province. Wesmor Public High School was chosen due to the school’s commitment to making the world a better place through the WE School initiative. Nine students were chosen for their volunteerism, leadership, and positive actions in the school to travel

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Opening Doors to Tomorrow Career & Job Fair 2019

On Wednesday, October 23rd, the Opening Doors to Tomorrow celebrated its tenth anniversary by welcoming over 2500 students from the Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division!  Students had the chance to connect with and investigate a variety of post-secondary institutions, government agencies, private businesses and non-profit agencies. 60 displayers provided hands-on training related activities, job options, and career education information. The career fair is the largest in the city and gives students and community members the opportunity to dream big. The

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THEME:  WORKING AND LEARNING TOGETHER Osborne Public School This week, Osborne Public School has had mystery guest readers visit our classrooms.  On Wednesday, Matt Sawatzky, a Chef and the General Manager of the Prince Albert Golf and Curling Club, came with an extra surprise.  After reading the book, “I’ll Be a Chef”, he taught the students how to make kabobs and spoke about his job.  This was a great opportunity for our students to both work with and learn from

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Education Week 2019

For more than 30 years, Saskatchewan has dedicated a week to celebrate student success and recognize the dedication and commitment of education professionals across the province. This year’s Education Week theme, Working and Learning Together, recognizes the importance of relationships that strengthen our education system and provides students with support to help them succeed.  The meaningful relationships we build with one another help lead us toward growth and understanding. Please take a moment to acknowledge the dedication and success of

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Student Vote Day

Grade 6-8 students at Princess Margaret Public School had the opportunity to cast a vote in the upcoming Federal Election through a Student Vote process.  The students learned about issues from all the candidates federally and locally that will affect all Canadians.  We are hoping that many Canadians use their democratic right to vote and choose a Prime Minister on Monday.

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Thank Your Bus Driver Today!

Today marks the beginning of Education Week in Saskatchewan and October 21, 2019, is Bus Driver Appreciation Day.   SRPSD has an amazing group of people that bring students safely to and from school every day. Bus drivers are valuable and influential adults that our students interact with every day.   We appreciate the great work they do as professional drivers with significant responsibilities on the roads, but we also value the work they do to help our students grow

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SRPSD Congratulates Elizabeth Pala on Selection to Minister’s Youth Council

SRPSD is excited to celebrate St. Louis Public School’s Elizabeth Pala who is one of a select group of youth across the province who have been selected to the Minister of Education’s Youth Council.  Members of the provincial Youth Council work directly with the Minister of Education and other government officials to identify issues and topics important to them and their peers. These areas of interest will drive future discussion and provide insight for the vision of education in Saskatchewan.

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The Honourable Scott Moe, Premier of Saskatchewan and The Honourable Gordon Wyant, Minister of Education, visit SRPSD schools

On Friday September 27th, The Honourable Scott Moe, Premier of Saskatchewan and The Honourable Gordon Wyant, Minister of Education, visited Shellbrook Elementary, W.P. Sandin, Canwood and Wild Rose Public Schools to discuss levels of government with our students.   Premier Moe and Minister Wyant, provided an overview of the duties and responsibilities of MLA’s, responded to many questions from students pertaining to Provincial and Federal governance, and also educated students on how Saskatchewan laws are enacted.   Thank you Premier Moe and

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Osborne and Muskoday Schools Recognize Orange Shirt Day Together

Students from Osborne Public School visited Muskoday First Nations School on September 30  to collaboratively learn about Orange Shirt Day.  Classes from each school partnered up to hear from Elders about the impact of residential schools and to take part in cultural activities such as a round dance, and making drums and dreamcatchers.  Staff from both schools planned the event in the spirit of reconciliation and it was encouraging to see so many friendships starting to form as the day

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