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SRPSD Recognizes Family Literacy Day & Week

Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division celebrates Family Literacy Week January 23 – 29, 2022.  The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed January 27, 2022, as Family Literacy Day with this year’s theme being “Learning in the Great Outdoors!” In our commitment to student achievement, we believe that Literacy is the focus that connects all our good work together.  Literacy begins with the fundamental acquisition of skills in reading, writing, listening, speaking, viewing, representing, and mathematics. It becomes the ability of all

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Help Celebrate Family Literacy Day & Week

The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed January 23-29, 2022 as Family Literacy Week and January 27, 2022, as Family Literacy Day.  This year’s theme is “Learning in the Great Outdoors!”.  For more information, resources and ways to celebrate this week and day, please visit either Saskatchewan Literacy Network or ABC Life Literacy Canada. Starting Wednesday, January 19, 2022, watch for our Consultants’ Corner featuring favorite books, tips to make learning fun, ways to learn from home and where to find

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SRPSD Message to Families

Dear Families, The presence of the Omicron variant is having significant impacts on schools across the province, but you can be proud and confident in the care that our SRPSD schools continue to provide for students.  Attached to this email is a letter that outlines some of the context that schools are adapting to and some of the adjustments you might expect in the coming weeks. As always, we appreciate the support you provide to schools and encourage you to

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January 10, 2022 Board Meeting Highlights

1. Inclusive Education Report At its recent meeting, the Board received a report from Superintendent Tom Michaud that outlined the division’s work to support inclusive education. The Board noted the significant successes outlined by the data and the anecdotal evidence and particularly noted the broadening of the report to include new areas of evidence. The division’s understanding of inclusion has grown far beyond the support for students with intensive needs to include support for mental health, gender diversity, language diversity

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