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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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Education Week

  Building our Future by Learning Together is the theme of Education Week 2017, which is celebrated from October 15 -21.  All our communities have a Saskatchewan Rivers Public School nearby and I invite you to arrange a visit to a classroom to see what learning success looks like today.  Our schools are great places of excitement, learning and literacy. We celebrate Education Week in Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division, but long after Education Week is over, we will continue

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New Teacher Rookie Camp!!

We congratulate our first year teachers for the Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division! We have a teacher orientation program that assists teachers in their first two years of teaching. In our efforts to offer support in the upcoming school year SRPSD runs workshops for all new teachers.  Our amazing Inclusive Learning Team assists in the facilitation of the course content throughout the year. A wide range of topics are covered from assessment, discipline, teaching software, academic intervention and more. Teaching

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The Popular Cardboard Boat Race!

The Cardboard Boat Race has become an extremely popular event within the past few years and host Carlton Comprehensive Public High School provide schools across the SRPSD with the chance to participate! Students in grades 7-9 from participating schools have the opportunity to test their building and problem solving skills in a team setting where the challenge is to design, construct and race a cardboard boat down a swimming pool. They must adhere to strict rules and regulations and only

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An open message to all community members regarding Meath Park Public School fire

Click here to read the full statement from the Director of Education, Robert Bratvold Meath Park Public School suffered a fire Thursday, October 20th that caused extensive damage to a canteen/gym area of the school. Plans are underway for the students to continue their education at alternate sites while the school is being cleaned up and repaired. There will be no classes for students until Wednesday, October 26th when grades K-4 will attend Spruce Home Public School and grades 5-12 students will

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Celebrating Today, Preparing for Tomorrow

October 16 – 22, 2016 Education Week is an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of our students and the dedication of our education professionals this week and throughout the year. This year’s theme: Celebrating Today, Preparing for Tomorrow, is about recognizing student achievement and teaching excellence that occur each day in our Saskatchewan schools while continuing to prepare our students for a brighter future before and after graduation. Let’s all take the opportunity to acknowledge the dedication and success of

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Summer Music Camp

Many of our schools are active in the summer hosting Literacy programs, Mental Health student workshops and more! The Summer Music Camps are organized by a group of four partner music organizations – the Saskatchewan Band Association, Saskatchewan Choral Federation, Saskatchewan Music Educators Association and Saskatchewan Orchestral Association. These organizations are in the business of promoting and encouraging musical involvement and activity for all Saskatchewan residents as part of a healthy lifestyle that includes personal fulfillment and accomplishment.   These

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Science is a Verb!

Science is  a verb!  It’s a way of thinking and a method for finding answers. The Grade 8 class at Arthur Pechey read about the properties of a fluid, and then tested a strange substance called “oobleck” to determine if it is indeed a fluid using the criteria they had collected.  The odd thing about Oobleck is that when it is struck with any amount of force, it acts as a hard solid.  When it is gently handled, it acts

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Golden Shovels!

SRPSD grade 7/8 classes at Ecole Vickers School are shovelling driveways in the community as part of their new program “Out to Learn” which is funded by the program enhancement grant through the school division. The goal of the program is to have students experience ways of being active in the city and the community. They will be taking advantage of many of the cities facilities trying new activities but this week it’s all about giving back.

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