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Written by wist.troy   
Wednesday, 31 October 2012 21:13

The students had a great time displaying their costumes.  Be safe and have fun.

Last Updated on Monday, 05 November 2012 15:59
Cultural Arts Workshop - Huge Success
Written by wist.troy   
Wednesday, 24 October 2012 15:44

Every once in a while, we encounter a great positive experience that reminds us all how wonderful and privileged our lives can be when we work together and open our minds to new experiences.  Today was one of those days!

The presenters went out of their way to say what a wonderful group of students we have and were very appreciative of the hospitality and delicious lunch.

Central Butte School hosted a day full of workshops to explore the Arts.  The day consisted of workshops in music, dance, drama, visual arts and writing.  Students were grouped together and made their way through four of the five sessions that were available during the day.  There was a bit of reluctance to begin with, as students were asked to step out of their comfort zones and asked to explore their creative side.  The presenters were excellent and put the students to ease. The students slowly let down their guards and started to really enjoy the experience.  Group song writing and singing, Gangnam Style and swing line dancing, drama exercises and games, painting, drum playing, writing, story telling and some First Nations content were components of the various workshops.  The students let their creative sides show and by the end of the day had thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

Also included in the day were an "in motion activity" and a "buddy" activity.  Through these activities students get to know each other better and make connections with other students outside of their usual circle of friends.  We enjoyed some friendly rock/paper/scissors competitions.  During the buddy activity the students shared information about their life and their personal interests with their buddy. Students wrote four positive things about their partner on their coloured paw and they are posted  on the wall to share with everyone.

A special thanks to the School Community Council members Shara, Tanya and Deanna for providing a hot lunch and to the staff for creating a pot luck that was throughly enjoyed and appreciated by our guests.

Enjoy the photos.


Last Updated on Monday, 05 November 2012 16:00
Prairie South School Board Election - Oct. 24
Written by wist.troy   
Thursday, 04 October 2012 13:57

Civic elections as well.  Bring your ID.

Senior Girls Volleyball Host Tournament
Written by wist.troy   
Tuesday, 02 October 2012 15:30

On Sept. 29 the girls hosted a five team tournament.  The Bulldogs played well and lost out in the semifinals.


Bulldog Football
Written by wist.troy   
Tuesday, 02 October 2012 15:23

Golfers Perform Well
Written by wist.troy   
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 12:53

The Section golf tournament took place on Sept. 10 at Craik.

Davis Langer, Dayton Fletcher, Carter Mackow, Blake Christmann and Parker Marzolf advanced to districts in the bantam boys category.  Emma Wist and Jordan McInnis advanced in the senior categories.

The Bantam districts was held at Coronach on Sept. 14.

The District playoff was held at Elbow on Sept. 15.

Results can be found on the district website at www.scdaa.ca (link on left menu)

Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 October 2012 20:02
Athletics - New Website
Written by wist.troy   
Tuesday, 11 September 2012 23:05

scdaa.ca is the new South Central website.  Check it out with pictures and easy to navigate menu.  It is also found in our links section.


Central Butte School Ranks #2 in Province
Written by wist.troy   
Friday, 29 June 2012 19:22

The second annual AIMS (Atlantic Institute for Marking Studies based out of Halifax) report cards on Saskatchewan High Schools was released.  This year's rankings put Central Butte School at number 2 in the province!!!  The report is based on a number of performance factors.


The full report is available online at http://www.aims.ca/en/home/library/details.aspx/3412


Last Updated on Monday, 02 July 2012 03:50
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Wednesday, 04 July 2012 18:00


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