• March 2015 Board Meeting - Live Stream

    March 3, 2015:

    It's the March Board meeting today. Watch the live streaming at https://www.prairiesouth.ca/streaming/ and tune in starting at 11:00am.

    Want to know what's on the agenda? Click here.

  • Monday, March 2 Early Dismissal Reminder

    It's an Early Dismissal Day at Prairie South Schools!

    Schools will dismiss one hour early today, and every second or third Monday. This pattern will continue until the end of June. The early dismissals allow our teachers to work together in teams to address student learning. These teams are referred to as Learning Improvement Teams (LITs) and will be a key part of school goals. An abundance of research shows that when teachers work collaboratively, student learning improves as the specific needs of students at our school are addressed.

    Should you have any questions or concerns about the LITs, please do not hesitate to contact your local school. We look forward to an exciting year of learning together!

    Upcoming Early Dismissal Days:

    March 23
    April 13, 27
    May 11, 25
    June 8

  • Think Opportunity...Think Agriculture and Early Safety Training!

    We are offering two amazing workshop opportunities for Prairie South students.  These workshops will provide students with hands on experience, the skills that employers are looking for and the chance to discover an exciting future ahead of them.

    See the registration flyers for more information or contact Tana Rowe at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


    March 11-12, 2015 or March 12-14, 2015

    (Registration deadline: February 27, 2015)

    Next Generation Boot Camps for Prairie South School Division Students

    The boot camps provide industry-recognized safety certifications that develops the skills and attitudes necessary to work and live safely.

    Benefits of attending a Next Generation Boot Camp:

    *  Get the training employers are looking for on your resume: Young Worker Readiness Certificate, WHMIS, Elective and First Aid/CPR C

    *  Receive industry recognized certifications at no cost to you - a $400 value!

    Early Safety Training registration form


    March 10, 2015

    (Registration deadline: March 3, 2015)

    Learn about the Agriculture Industry.

    Saskatchewan's agriculture industry is full of opportunities – from production, research and processing to manufacturing, finance and everything in between. In fact, the industry accounts for more than 50,000 jobs across the province and it continues to expand– this means there is high demand for graduates and entrepreneurs today and into the future.

    Attend the thinkAG Career Snapshot Day to learn first-hand about some of the career opportunities present in the industry.

    *  Connect and problem solve with industry experts

    *  Gain hands-on experience using cutting-edge technology

    *  Explore different areas of employment in agriculture

    *  Exposure to possible work opportunities through high school credits and industry programs

    Think Opportunity registration form

  • February 2015 Board Meeting - Live Stream

    February 10, 2015:

    It's the February Board meeting today. Watch the live streaming at https://www.prairiesouth.ca/streaming/ and tune in starting at 11:00am.

    Want to know what's on the agenda? Click here.

  • Staff Appreciation Week

    Thank you imageAcross the province, school divisions are celebrating Staff Appreciation Week.  It's a time to say 'thank you' to the hard working and dedicated staff in our schools and offices that make Prairie South a wonderful place to learn.

    Every day we hear from parents and community members about our staff that went above and beyond to make a difference.  We all share a common goal – ensuring student success.  Each of us plays a part in reaching that goal, and you should know that the personal and professional commitment you make every day is noticed and appreciated.

    We truly are Learning Together for Our Future.

    Thank you!

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