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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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Big River Public High School Graduates

Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division recognizes the Graduating Class of 2020 Big River Public School From all of us at Big River Public High School we would like to wish all the 2020 graduates all the best. Your hard work and determination, a long side your growth as a collective group and individuals, show the character that each one of you possess.  You have overcome many hurdles, whether personal or academic, and it is now your time to shine.  Your

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Birch Hills and Meath Park Public School Grads 2020

Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division recognizes the Graduating Class of 2020 Birch Hills Public School The BHPS Class of 2020 is a motivated group of young adults ready to face the world.  Despite having their final year of high school cut short, this group has continued to forge ahead, whether it was through continued Calculus classes, working on the family farm, or going to work.  We will miss their silly antics in the school kitchen, their athleticism, their dedicated work

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Graduating Class of St. Louis Public School

Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division recognizes the Graduating Class of 2020 St. Louis Public School “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” Graduates! It is an honour to have each of you represent us as the St. Louis Public School’s graduating class of 2020. As with most graduating classes, there have been highs and lows but it is the six of you who stand socially distanced together and have a common bond that will

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We Miss You All….. East Central Staff want to let you know we miss you!  We miss our students our families and our community.  We have been doing our best to connect with students using technology, but we really do miss seeing each of you on a daily basis.  We want you to know that we are thinking of you and hope you are all safe and healthy.  Can’t wait to see you again in person!

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Since the suspension of classes in March, our Riverside staff greatly misses seeing our students and their families. On Friday, May 8, 2020, rain or shine (or apparently snow) we wanted to have a “We Miss You” parade through our attendance area to see our students and families, even if it had to be from a distance.  We were touched by the enthusiasm and creativity of the students and families who braved the weather to show us their smiling faces

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Kassia Miller, teacher with Vincent Massey Public School, engaged students in an ELA and PAA combined assignment. The students were asked to find a recipe that they would cook for their family.  They would then type it out in the google documents or create slides. They were asked, with the help of a family member, to be safe and collect ingredients while reminding them of social distancing and hand washing. Once all ingredients were acquired, they would create a meal

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SRPSD and the Saskatchewan Government Celebrates Early Childhood Education

Our community is becoming more aware that children begin learning right from birth, and it is very important that parents and early childhood educators are providing early learning that supports positive child development.  We know that parents are a child’s first and most influential teachers, but many children are also supported in their development by other caregivers, including childcare educators.  As part of this, the month of May has been proclaimed Early Childhood Education Month, and the government has specifically

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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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