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Queen Mary Students Selected to Receive Training

SaskPower in partnership with St. John Ambulance sponsored, through a grant, a babysitting/First Aid/CPR course for 12 students.  Prince Albert St. John Training Centre selected Queen Mary Public School as the recipient of this training.  After three days of instruction, the students were presented with their certification.  Thank you to SaskPower and St. John Ambulance for providing an opportunity for our students to continue to excel in their learning.

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Adopt-a-Kindergarten Classroom Project

Safeway and Riverside Public School are partners in the Adopt-a-Kindergarten Classroom Project. The project brings community stakeholders and Kindergarten classrooms closer together.  Safeway staff will join forces with the classroom teachers and school to build literacy skills, enhance the relationship and build awareness. The launch of the project occurred mid-November. If other community businesses or service clubs are interested, please contact Randy Emmerson at 306-764-1571.

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Local Government Week in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Minister of Government Relations and Minister Responsible for First Nations, Metis and Northern Affairs, Lori Carr, officially designated the week of November 11 to 17 to recognize Local Government. SSBA President Shawn Davidson said, “School boards are locally elected to bring community voice to publicly funded education.  Local Government Week helps to highlight the importance of grassroots-level decision-making.” Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division wishes to acknowledge our Board for the contribution they make on behalf of our communities, staff

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2019 Carlton Boat Races

The 2019 Carlton Boat races were held November 5, 2019.  This year, we had 26 teams competing in the boat races. It was a huge success with 5 teams lasting 2 minutes in the water for the weight challenge.  The top 5 teams consisted of Princess Margaret claiming first, East Central second, Canwood third, Red Wing fourth and Wild Rose fifth. Thanks to all the teams who came out and to the volunteers for their help keeping it organized.

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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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