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Cornerstone Christian School visit to Golden West Radio

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Today, our Journalism 20 class, from Cornerstone Christian School, was able to go and get some hands on experience at the Golden West Radio Station.  Thanks so people like Teagan Witko, Nick Meyers, and Rob Carnie, our students had the opportunity take a tour of the newly renovated factilities, meet a number of radio personalities,…

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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

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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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Tipi Raising and Round Dance

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The afternoon of Wednesday, September 9th was very special for Palliser Heights School. Students, school and central office staff, Prairie South board members and community members were all treated to a tipi raising and round dance. Jeff Capo led the day, sharing tipi teachings and traditional knowledge in his engaging and humorous way. Those in…

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Learning Abroad!

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This summer I was fortunate to experience a trip of a lifetime as I travelled to the Normandy Region of France.  The trip was planned and sponsored by the Juno Beach Center.  It has become apparent to members of the JBC that Canadian knowledge, and recognition, of the valiant effort of Canadian soldiers and their…

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Monday, September 21 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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Sunningdale School Classroom Makeover!

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Check out Gillian Crocker’s amazing classroom! Gillian is new to Sunningdale School this year and her classroom was previously the Science Lab/Lunch Room. Gillian worked hard over the summer to make over her new classroom and the results look awesome! Great job Gillian!

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National Payroll Week!

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Prairie South is celebrating National Payroll Week! Thank you to our wonderful payroll department for all the great work you do!

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International Literacy Day 2015 – William Grayson School in Prairie South Schools

During the morning of Tuesday, September 8, William Grayson School is excited to host the Honorable Don Morgan, Minister of Education, as a guest reader during our school’s celebration of International Literacy Day.  Together with Deputy Minister Julie MacRae, Mr. Morgan will be reading with our Kindergarten Class and touring our school. We are thankful…

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