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April 3, 2020 Letter to Families

April 3, 2020 Dear Families, The learning continues in SRPSD!  Thank you for the patience, cooperation and support that you have demonstrated to the division’s staff.  As we reached out to families in the last few days, parents frequently greeted our staff with warmth, appreciation and genuine concern for staff well-being.  Thank you for that support.  We all know that these may be difficult times, and we are not immune to the challenges and problems that exist, but the strong

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March 27 Letter to Families

March 27, 2020 Dear Families, We appreciate your patience and support as SRPSD works with the Ministry of Education and our internal team to make plans in an environment that is constantly changing. Parents are a child’s first and most important role models and we know that you continue to work hard to support your children’s needs. SRPSD will continue to work hard to support students and families, and for the next while, our support will look very different. Except

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SRPSD Celebrates International Women’s Day

March 8 is International Women’s Day, a day we recognize the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women and girls. This year, we are celebrating and honouring Canadians who are finding influential ways to make positive change.  This year’s theme #BecauseOfYou pays tribute to the diverse and inspirational gender equality change-makers we know in our own community. Click the link to FIND OUT MORE about the origin of International Women’s Day and the various ways you can celebrate that

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SRPSD supports Pink Day

History of Pink Day Pink Day started in 2007, when a grade nine student in Cambridge, Nova Scotia was bullied by classmates for wearing a pink shirt to school. Taking notice, two students rallied their peers to send a message to the bullies. The next day, the halls were filled with students in pink T-shirts. Pink Day started because two boys chose to do something about bullying rather than stand by and watch it happen. Now the movement is worldwide,

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Student Designs Mascot for Vickers!

Grade 8 École Vickers student, Emily Price, designed and made a mascot for our school! Welcome et bienvenue to “Victor the Victorious Viking/Victor, le Viking Victorieux” who plans to come to as many school events as possible. We are so proud of Emily and her creative talents and see a bright future in design for her! The students met Victor and already love him!

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Ecole Arthur Pechey Public School celebrates Family Literacy Day

What a great turn out for our “Baby it’s Cold Outside…Come Read with Me!” “Il fait froid, viens lire avec moi!” event Monday, January 27th.  We had parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, siblings and community members who came out to make our event a great success.  All of our younger students had the opportunity to share the love of reading with someone, enjoy some hot chocolate, and even take home some AP swag!  We were so grateful to our community partners;

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Board Meeting Highlights

The Board of Education has implemented a new initiative to share highlights from each of its regular meetings.  The intent of this brief update is to inform schools, staff and the community, to promote communication and to encourage the community to connect with the Board and trustees. Highlights from our February 3, 2020, regular meeting have been posted.   To view these highlights, please visit our SRPSD website.

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In the spring of 2019, Queen Mary’s grade 7/8 students, led by Mr. Bates, had the honor of being involved in an Indigenous Mural Project in conjunction with the Prince Albert Historical Society. After consultation with Metis Knowledge Keepers, the idea was developed to involve the community and Indigenous artists to create a mural. Queen Mary students worked alongside Leah Dorian and Kevin Pee-Ace to construct murals of First Nations and Metis culture, which was later recognized and awarded Runner-Up

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