Family Literacy!

 “Children are made readers on the laps of their parents.” — Emilie Buchwald The West Central Public School “Sticky Team” hosted a morning breakfast and reading event and  83% of the school’s parents, grandparents, guardians attended to read and enjoy a morning snack with our students and staff.  This strong turnout is an indicator of

Artists takes on 3 Dimensional Cultural Shapes!

Artists takes on 3 Dimensional Cultural Shapes! Queen Mary Public School recently worked with SRPSD Technology Coach Mr. Ron Fines to create wonderful Totem Poles. The grade 5 students from Jamie Meyers classroom created very  lifelike Totem Poles. The project was an integration of First Nations Treaties and Technology. The students picked the animal they

Carnaval d’hiver 2017!

As you may know, French as a Second Language Week was the week of February 6th.  The theme of the week this year was ‘Bilingualism, a celebration to share!’. As a way to celebrate our bilingualism and to build community among our French Immersion students and schools, a ‘Carnival d’hiver’ was held on Thursday, February

Magic in minus 40

Learning about phases of matter can be magical!  Mrs. Boettcher’s Grade 5 class made the best of a minus 38 degree day as they watched boiling water reach it’s freezing point instantaneously.  Boiling water up, ice crystals (snow) down!  

Wesmor SADD Hosts COPE Magazine Signing

The Wesmor SADD group hosted a COPE Magazine signing.  Authors Micheal Litwin, Skyler Ratt, Riley Waditaka, Warrick Beatty, and Raven Kishayinew were available to sign copies of Cope Magazine which featured their work.  Cope Magazine is published  by the  Saskatchewan Prevention Institute.  This magazine was created for Saskatchewan youth to have a voice regarding  life’s

Wesmor Public High School Shows Holiday Spirit!

The Prince Albert Food Bank proposed a project challenge for high school classes to get involved in creating and decorating a food bank donation bin.  Wesmor Art Students designed and painted the bin while the Alt Grade 11 students collected food from staff and students to fill the bin with food donations.  Filled with food

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

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