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Supplemental Learning Continues for Rest of School Year

The Ministry of Education recently confirmed that supplemental learning will continue for the rest of this school year.  There will be no resumption of classes in schools for the 2019-2020 school year.  While we appreciate the clarity that this announcement provides, it also may leave a sense of loss and a feeling of a year cut short.  We will not get to participate together in those traditional year-end activities that mark the end of a year of learning.  However, through

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Wednesday, May 6th was Carlton Comprehensive Public High School’s (CRU)SADER Day!  We’re missing our school, our kids/students, and our staff immensely.  So we came together to create a message of hope, compassion and encouragement. The following is a YouTube link to the song Lean On Me; https://youtu.be/AN3Fsv_Y4dQ For more information on supplemental learning, please click #TakeBackYourYear!

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Thursday, April 30, 2020, eight teachers, four EAs, two secretaries and three bus drivers set out on a country side adventure.  Our caravan of 17 vehicles was led over 186 km through Wild Rose territory by our three amazing bus drivers – Barry, Richard and Yvan!  We wouldn’t have been able to do this without their help – some of us may have been lost after the first few turns – and we are so thankful for them.  Staff decorated

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SRSPD encourages students to #TakeBackYourYear!

Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division, and school divisions across the province, are encouraging students to keep engaged with learning while physical classrooms remain closed. #TakeBackYourYear campaign invites teachers, staff, students, families, and community members to share the hashtag on social media along with their own stories of success and encouragement for one another through this challenging situation. Saskatchewan Rivers School Division has been offering teacher-directed supplemental learning for students since April 20, 2020.   Staff have been connecting with families and

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Board Meeting Highlights – April 6, 2020

Cree Language Program is STILL coming to SRPSD After over a year of gathering information, engaging the community, and careful planning, the Board announced on March 9, 2020 the approval of a Cree Language Program.  Since the announcement, the world has changed but the Board is still looking forward to Sept. 2020 when SRPSD begins to offer Cree Language Kindergarten Program at John Diefenbaker Public Elementary School.  We will start small to ensure a strong foundation and we anticipate the

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Supplemental Learning Information

Thank you parents for working with us. Students and Parents If you have not been contacted about supplemental learning, please call your school or the Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division at 306-764-1571, toll free at 1-888-764-1571, or visit us at www.srsd119.ca. Excellent supplemental learning opportunities are available for all students. Stay safe and continue to learn!

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April 3, 2020 Letter to Families

April 3, 2020 Dear Families, The learning continues in SRPSD!  Thank you for the patience, cooperation and support that you have demonstrated to the division’s staff.  As we reached out to families in the last few days, parents frequently greeted our staff with warmth, appreciation and genuine concern for staff well-being.  Thank you for that support.  We all know that these may be difficult times, and we are not immune to the challenges and problems that exist, but the strong

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March 27 Letter to Families

March 27, 2020 Dear Families, We appreciate your patience and support as SRPSD works with the Ministry of Education and our internal team to make plans in an environment that is constantly changing. Parents are a child’s first and most important role models and we know that you continue to work hard to support your children’s needs. SRPSD will continue to work hard to support students and families, and for the next while, our support will look very different. Except

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