Lifelong Learning

Riverside Public School students participated in a memorable canoe trip up to Big & Little Stanley Rapids. The 3 day trip highlights included portaging, touring inside Stanley Mission Church and… meeting the Lt. Governor of Saskatchewan Vaughn Solomon Schofield!! The Lt. Governor was accompanied by Cst. Morgan from the R.C.M.P.  Way to go Outdoor Education

World Teachers’ Day

Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division recognizes  World Teachers’ Day as an opportunity for us to appreciate the vital contribution that our 600 teachers make to education. Director Robert Bratvold remarks in his welcome message to parents, “The Board of Education is clearly focused on its mission to achieve excellence in education for every learner.  That

Saskatchewan Rivers Students for Change (SRSC)

Recently our 11 high schools had representatives participate in their annual election for executive membership on SRSC! The day was a full one with speeches, voting and planning for the year. With civic and municipal elections around the corner these student leaders demonstrate that our democratic future is in good hands. We are proud of

Welcome Back to School!

First day of school for all Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division (SRPSD) students is Thursday, Sept. 1. The Director of Education welcomes you! Learn more about the upcoming year with a visit the Back to school basics page here. Welcome back! It’s going to be a great year!

Won-Ska Cultural Public School Celebrates Graduates

Won-Ska Cultural Public School recently sent us pictures of their graduation day! Many dignitaries like the Chief of Prince Albert Police Service Troy Cooper and others celebrated with Elders and parents and community supporters. SRPSD is proud of these graduates and the many others all across our Division who cross the stage this month. Best

Riverside Aboriginal Arts Festival

Riverside Public School recently partnered with Sask Culture, Sask Arts Board, Government of Sask and Sask Lotteries to prepare a very special year end performance at the EA Rawlinson Center for the Arts.  MLA Nicole Rancourt recently spoke to the Legislative Assembly in congratulating the staff and students. “The Riverside Aboriginal Arts Festival is a

Christopher Lake Public School Proud Announcement

  One of our own, Quinn Smith-Windsor has recently received a scholarship to travel to Kenya.  Her purpose in Kenya will be to assist local people in learning how to garden, thus providing a sustainable food source in times of need.  Her times of travel will be August 4th to August 17th, 2016. Quinn has

Called to Action

SRPSD Learning Consultants Tracy Bloomquist and Linda Greyeyes-Highway recently called on Principal Dawne Adams and PACI staff to offer a strong response to the Truth & Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Calls to Action #62 “Reconciliation must support Aboriginal peoples as they heal from the destructive legacies of colonization that have wreaked such havoc in their lives.

A Proud Representative of Meath Park Public School!

Meath Park Public School is so proud of Emily Zbaraschuk who participated in the  Canada-Wide Science Fair this year in Montreal. As Prince Albert and Area’s representative Emily received a Silver Medal for her project ‘Music, Rocks and all that Jazz- How Music Affects Learning’. This is a tremendous accomplishment! SRPSD extends congratulations too!