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Monday, January 18 – Early Dismissal Reminder

It’s an Early Dismissal Day at Prairie South Schools! Schools will dismiss one hour early today. 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…

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2016-2017 School Year Calendar Feedback

Prairie South’s Calendar Committee has developed two calendars for the 2016-2017 school year, and we are now asking for feedback from parents and school-based staff who follow the school calendar. Please click here to complete the survey, which will close on Monday, January 18, 2016. To view the two calendar options, please see below. Extended Breaks…

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Merry Christmas to Craik School!

https://www.prairiesouth.ca/merry-christmas-to-craik-school/

On December 15, Gardiner Dam Terminal (GDT) Ag Services Ltd. brought the holiday cheer to Craik School by donating a cheque for $2000. The GDT CROPS FOR COMMUNITIES grew a durum field and all proceeds this year went to the Health and Education sector in their trading area. Thank you so much GDT Ag Services.!

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Prairie South Visits SCE

https://www.prairiesouth.ca/prairie-south-visits-sce/

Prairie South Schools would like to thank South Country Equipment (SCE) for providing 33 students from Chaplin, Gravelbourg, Mortlach, Mossbank, Peacock Collegiate, Avonlea, Craik and Assiniboia the opportunity to spend the day with mentors at SCE Emerald Park location.  On November 17, students were provided the chance to learn about various aspects of the agricultural…

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Monday, November 23 Early Dismissal Reminder

It’s an Early Dismissal Day at Prairie South Schools! Schools will dismiss one hour early today. 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…

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Education Sector Strategic Plan Goal

https://www.prairiesouth.ca/education-sector-strategic-plan-goal/

Prairie South North Schools have been working towards meeting our division’s goal in the Education Sector Strategic Plan. This was accomplished through: First Nation and Métis mini conferences at Mortlach and Rouleau. Treaty Outcome classroom lessons at Chaplin. Staff meetings and First Nation and Métis resource sharing with Avonlea, Central Butte, Cornerstone, Eyebrow and Craik….

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No School on Monday, October 19

There is no school for students on Monday, October 19. Teachers will be attending inservices in Moose Jaw and Assiniboia related to the development of Learning Improvement Plans (LIPs) and the work of Learning Improvement Teams (LITs). Non-teaching staff have the option of attending a variety of professional development sessions in Moose Jaw and Assiniboia.

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Literacy Day Event

The theme of this year’s International Literacy Day, held on September 8th, was Literacy and Sustainable Societies. Moose Jaw Literacy Network continually supports that theme by providing the people of Moose Jaw with access to the opportunities and supports needed to function in a literate community as students, family members, workers, seniors, and life-long learners….

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Safety Day

On Wednesday September 30, 2015, Saskatchewan Association of Agricultural Societies and Exhibitions (SAASE), Moose Jaw Exhibition Company, Progressive Agriculture Foundation, Community Initiatives Fund (CIF), Ministry of Agricultural, SaskPower, Farm Credit Cooperation, and Prairie South Schools hosted a Safety Day at the Moose Jaw Exhibition Grounds.  We had 500 grade 7 and 8 students attend. The…

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Local student to represent Saskatchewan in Ottawa

https://www.prairiesouth.ca/local-student-to-represent-saskatchewan-in-ottawa/

Article courtesy of the Moose Jaw Times Herald. Photo courtesy of Mya Matthies. Mya Matthies, a Grade 7 student at Caronport Elementary School has been chosen to represent Saskatchewan youth in this year’s Young Citizens program. The program is put on by the Society of Canadian History to promote cultural and history education for youth…

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