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Riverside Trade Show Sends Students to Camp

The students, staff and community members at several Saskatchewan Rivers Public Schools are organizing a trade show hosted at Riverside Public School on June 1, 2019.  The show has space for a few more vendors so contact them soon to book your table.  The Spring Into Summer Trade show is a great opportunity to purchase a wide a variety of items for your home or yard and support sending students to camp.  All the proceeds from the sale is shared

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Colours of the Sash Metis Learning Opportunity Celebrates Mètis Culture

Toes were tapping and smiles abound as the sound of Mètis fiddle music and folk songs filled the air while approximately 150 grade 4 – 6 students from six SRPSD schools were honoured to be a part of the inaugural Colours of the Sash Learning Opportunity at the EA Rawlinson Centre for the Arts on Wednesday, May 1st. Michif language was shared along with traditional teas and foods including the favoured beignes. Students were also challenged as Mètis voyageurs in

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SRPSD and the Saskatchewan Government Celebrates Early Childhood Education

Our community is becoming more aware that children begin learning right from birth, and it is very important that parents and early childhood educators are providing early learning that supports positive child development.  We know that parents are a child’s first and most influential teachers, but many children are also supported in their development by other caregivers, including childcare educators.  As part of this, the month of May has been proclaimed Early Childhood Education Month, and the government has specifically

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Poetry and Remembrance: Wildrose Student Morgan Wood Demonstrates Excellence

Four members of the Shellbrook Legion Branch 111 were out to visit the students at Wild Rose Public School to present an award to one of their students. Helen and Henri Dagenais, Allan Carswell, and Fred Tatler joined the students and staff to congratulate Morgan Wood on her achievement. Morgan, a grade 6 student, penned a poem, for the annual Remembrance Day Poster/Essay & Poem Contest that the Royal Canadian Legion hosts every year. Morgan’s entry, in the Junior division,

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PACI performed the play MIRRORS, a one act production by John O’Brien that deals with guilt and how one man copes, or seemingly doesn’t cope, with it. In their SDA debut, PACI performers brought home 5 awards! They Include: – The Bob Hinitt Technical Performance Award (Lights/Sound)- Awarded to Robin Johnston – The Mary Ellen Burgess Performance Award (Best Acting Performance) Awarded to Marc Carle – SDA Certificate of Merit for Acting – Awarded to Rayna McCaul – Best Overall

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High School Open House Events

If you are a student or parent who wants to know what your SRPSD high schools have to offer, your opportunity has arrived because its Open House time!  PACI had its open house recently so if you missed it, feel free to contact the principal Dawne Adams at any time for information and details.  The next two open house dates are: Wesmor: Tuesday April 9, 2019 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm Carlton: Thursday April 11, 2019 starting at 6:30pm The SRPSD

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French Immersion in High School? Think Carlton

Many grade 8 students have spent years developing their French Language skills and are looking to refine and expand those skills in high school.  Carlton Comprehensive Public High School has an outstanding French Immersion program that builds strong connections among students and staff and provides expert instruction in French. Students benefit from all the advantages of extensive high school programming AND the close connections to a friendly tight-knit group of peers and staff.  If you are planning for a high

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