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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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Hour of Code

Last week SRPSD students from every school participated in “Hour of Code” The world wide week long movement allows “Every student to have the opportunity to learn computer science. It helps nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity. By starting early, students will have a foundation for success in any 21st-century career path.” Code.org. Riverside Public School At Riverside, Aski learned code with his kindergarten partners in Mr. Parenteau’s class with Mrs. Monette who also assisted in other classes division wide.

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SRPSD Proud!

Recently Maureen Taylor (SRPSD Superintendent seconded to Ministry of Education) and First Nations and Metis Partnership Consultant Linda Greyeyes-Highway traveled to Regina to be honored by the Premier for their work with Help Me Tell My Story! [soliloquy id=”762″] To learn more about the Premiers Awards for Excellence https://www.saskatchewan.ca/government/heritage-honours-and-awards/premiers-award-for-excellence-in-the-public-service  

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PEG Grant Comes To Life!

SRPSD’s Grade 8 class at Arthur Pechey and Carlton’s Grade 10 Drama class teamed up to perform monologues that were prepared over the course of several weeks through the Program Enhancement Grant.  Grade 10 students from Carlton met and mentored Arthur Pechey’s Grade 8 students as they explored the skills of developing character and crafting monologues around various social issues that exist in our society. [soliloquy id=”736″] This Board sponsored learning initiative is exciting and Arthur Pechey and Carlton are

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Feeding The Aardvark!

 SRPSD Shellbrook Public Elementary staff and students and families are excited to be working together on our writing goal for this year.  Our theme goes together with the mascot for our school – Ardie the Aardvark – and the ants that are building incredible ant hills of creative written work to feed Ardie’s hunger for fabulous writing!  Ardie just knows these students are going to become “Writing Superstars” over the course of this school year.

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Meath Park is ready for the Federal Election!

SRPSD’s Meath Park Public School recently did their STUDENT VOTE with 85% voter turnout in their grade 7-12 classes.   Teachers Scott Hurl and Lorie Zbaraschuk oversaw the proceedings, along with some grade 12 volunteers. The democratic process is something our students are part of in many ways; whether they are 18 and are actually voting on October 19th or being part of school Student Leadership teams. In social studies students also learn about civic roles and responsibilities. Prince Albert has

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