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Be Someone’s Hero 2018

Several weeks ago, SRPSD schools joined with the Red Cross to remind everyone to #BeSomeonesHero2018.  Although it is important all year to stand against bullying behaviour and stand up for empathy, kindness and respect, on this day students across the division took time to pay special attention to the importance of treating others well.  Students in Red Wing Public School were especially excited to have Saskatchewan Roughrider, Jorgen Hus, speak with them about healthy relationships, respecting others and standing together

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Community Partners Support Literacy

Community Partners Support Literacy It is a privilege to have such great community partners that support SRPSD schools in their focus on Literacy.  The Prince Albert Raiders is an organization that supports the community and schools in many ways.  Recently, members of the Raiders joined a literacy event at Ecole Vickers Public School and shared their support for literacy by reading to groups of students and encouraging them to develop a love of reading.  Members of Prince Albert Fire Department

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Meath Park Public High School Wins Silver Medal

Update: One of SRPSD’s students, Ashlyn Scriven, has won a Silver Medal at the World Championships!  Ashlyn’s team finished a close second in the Junior Women’s Compound Team Event at the 2018 Indoor World Championships in Yankton, South Dakota February 14-19, 2018. Ashlyn is a Grade 12 Student at Meath Park Public High School and has been competing in archery for many years.  Please join the SRPSD family in congratulating Ashlyn on her achievement!

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International Women’s Day

March 8 is International Women’s Day, and we hope you will consider celebrating this important commemorative date. This year’s theme, #MyFeminism, was inspired by the positive role feminism plays in Canada and around the world. Within this global movement, youth have emerged as the new face of feminism. Many are speaking up as advocates for equality, and their efforts are making a difference in classrooms and communities across the country. We encourage you to visit Status of Women Canada’s website

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Superheroes Read!

READING at John Diefenbaker Public School is our superhero power. Student success is celebrated K to Grade 8. JD superhero readers are everywhere! On our bulletin boards each class has a city building to light up. Each individual goal met gets a window for the classroom building.  After reaching individual reading goals, students visit the office for a superhero reward and a dress up photo opportunity.  After a number of individual goals are achieved, classroom celebrations happen! Students love the

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SaskTel Pioneers Support Students Again!

There was welcome event at the SRPSD Education Centre when the SaskTel Pioneers stopped by.  SaskTel Pioneers is a volunteer organization of SaskTel employees and they are generous supporters of students in need.  In the past they have provided backpacks and school supplies, boxes of books for student literacy and recently they stopped by with boxes full of gloves, toques, scarves and mitts for students.  This generous gift will certainly make a difference for our students who are in need

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PACI Students Wow Audiences at Winter Showcase

Recently PACI held its annual Winter Showcase. Students from Drama 10 enacted The Monkey’s Paw by W. W. Jacobs under Mr. Hughes direction. Student dancers in Dance 10, 20 and 30 showcased their dance skills in various choreographed works by Ms. Wotherspoon. Guitar 10, 20 and 30 students played various instrumental pieces demonstrating skills learned from Mr. Mogg’s instruction. A morning show ran for elementary students from King George, Arthur Pechey, Riverside and Osborne schools.  An evening performance was well

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“Shop with a Cop”

On December 14th, local students including some from John Diefenbaker, W J Berezowsky, Princess Margaret and Riverside Public Schools took part in the local “Shop with a Cop” event.  Students and Police Officers spent the lunch hour shopping at Canadian Tire and having lunch together at McDonalds.  Watching our students spend time with an officer and have an opportunity to shop for their family for Christmas was truly amazing.   Thank you to the Prince Albert Police Service for all the

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Generous Alumni Makes $100,000 Donation to Birch Hills Public School

Birch Hills Public School, and the entire Saskatchewan Rivers School Division, are amazed and grateful at the generosity of a Birch Hills School alumni who recently stopped by the school with a check for $100,000. This is a private donation from a former student of the school.  The donor, who prefers to remain anonymous, made it clear that the donation is unconditional gift to benefit students and the school.  He hopes that the donation will encourage all alumni to come

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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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