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Community Honour Walk Queen Mary Public School

  On September 30th as our country observed its first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, so did we at Queen Mary with a Community Honour Walk. Staff and students took part in lessons and activities throughout the week leading up to our walk, to learn about residential schools and the importance of sharing our past and learning our history, in order to move forward and heal. One of the activities that students participated in was called Rocks of Remembrance,

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Hello Summer!

SRPSD wants to thank all staff, students and families for all that you have done over the course of the year.  Summer is a chance to relax and enjoy outdoor activities.  We hope you have an enjoyable summer and continue to be safe and healthy.    See you in the fall!  

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National Indigenous Peoples Day

Indigenous peoples have made invaluable contributions to this country and continue to play a strong role in shaping our present and our future. We recognize and honour the strength and resilience of Indigenous peoples as we work together towards reconciliation.   First Nations, Métis and Inuit people have a unique heritage and bring diverse cultures that strengthen our world. National Indigenous Peoples Day is a great opportunity to celebrate and learn about Indigenous cultures, and is a good time to

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National Day of Awarenes

May 5th is Red Dress Day and the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG).  The Red Dress project was created by Metis artist Jamie Black in 2010. During a recent Culture Camp at Riverside Public School, students were involved in creating a variety of Red Dresses to be incorporated in our school-wide Red Dress display.  Students also had the opportunity to make their own MMIWG mask. Let us never forget the Missing and

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Plans Remain for January 18 Return to In-Person Learning

SRPSD is thankful and impressed by the amazing work of staff and the strong support by families during this period of remote learning.  As part of our ongoing conversations with the local team, Health has indicated a confident expectation that schools will return to in-person learning on January 18, 2021 as planned.  If there is any change to the return date, Health has committed to provide as much notice as possible so schools and families have time to prepare. The

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Drive for School Supplies

Randy Hoback, Member of Parliament. held a Drive for School Supplies from August 27th to September 11th, 2020.  Thank you for collecting and donating supplies to the students of Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division.   We are truly grateful for the donation. SRPSD School Re-Entry Plan Updated September 4, 2020 Safe Schools Parent Information Back to School Summary Video

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City Recommends to Refrain from Visiting Playground Structures

The City of Prince Albert supports the Saskatchewan Health Authority’s (SHA) direction in regards to social distancing and, in cooperation with the Saskatchewan Rivers School Division and Prince Albert Catholic School Division, continue to work on implementing protective measures to limit the possible transmission of COVID-19. The City of Prince Albert highly recommends residents refrain from visiting public playground structures at this time. The surface of play structures are high touch areas and can be dirty and full of germs.

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March 20, 2020 Update

March 20, 2020 Hello Families, The Ministry of Education has asked the division to share the attached message with all of our SRPSD families: Ministry of Education message to families.  If you have difficulty in seeing the original message through the attchment, the key points are summarized below: First, thank you to students, parents and caregivers for your understanding during these extraordinary times. We appreciate your patience and your flexibility. We are workinghard to address the needs of students, staff and

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