Business & Education Partnerships. Working together for our future.

Our Partnership Program enhances student learning by providing a link between schools and the community. School Collaborations with businesses, organizations and institutions encourage students to apply skills learned in the classroom to a real-world setting and develop confidence and experience in employment and community settings.

Partnerships must be beneficial to students in terms of providing enhanced resources or opportunities, and must follow the Ethical Guidlines for Business-Education Partnerships, established by the Conference Board of Canada. Most partnerships are mutually beneficial relationships in which the partners share values, resources (human, material or financial) and responsibilities in order to achieve agreed-upon learning outcomes.

Typically, successful partnerships are those that:

  • Enhance the quality and relevance of education for students and teachers
  • Benefit all participants (school and business/organization)
  • Treat all participants fairly and equitably
  • Are based on clearly defined expectations (roles and responsibilities)

Partnerships may be broadly based and include the whole school, or they may be program-based, with a narrower focus on a key activity that involves only certain grades or groups within the school. All agreements are voluntary and may be terminated by one or both partners at any time.


Our Partners


  • Assiniboia Composite High School – Assiniboia Conexus Credit Union
  • Assiniboia Composite High School – Southland Cooperative Ltd.
  • Assiniboia Elementary School – Assiniboia Conexus Credit Union
  • Assinboia 7th Avenue School – Assiniboia Conexus Credit Union
  • Avonlea School – Avonlea Heritage Museum
  • Central Collegiate – Chez Nous Senior Citizens Home
  • Central Collegiate – Moose Jaw Exhibition Company Ltd.
  • Coronach School – Hart Butte Community Farms Inc.
  • Coronach School – Westmoreland Coal Company (formerly Sherritt Coal-Poplar River Mine)
  • Empire School – Moose Jaw Humane Society
  • Empire School – RBC Royal Bank Main Branch
  • John Chisholm School – Moose Jaw Conexus Credit Union
  • Peacock Collegiate – Bombardier Aerospace
  • Peacock Collegiate – DynaIndustrial
  • Peacock Collegiate – Greg Johnson (Tornado Hunter)
  • Peacock Collegiate – Saskatchewan Roughriders
  • Peacock Collegiate – Yara (formerly Saskferco)
  • Prince Arthur School – Kiwanis Club
  • Riverview Collegiate – Canadian Mental Health Association
  • Riverview Collegiate – Moose Jaw Humane Society
  • Riverview Collegiate – Moose Jaw Transition House
  • Riverview Collegiate – Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation
  • Sunningdale School – Bank of Montreal
  • Westmount School – Moose Jaw Extendicare
  • Westmount School – Wakamow Valley Authority
  • William Grayson School – RBC Royal Bank Mall Branch


  • Moose Jaw Warriors
  • Moose Jaw YMCA
  • Saskatoon Industry and Education Council
  • Divison Partnerships – Early Safety Training
  • Safety Hutch
  • Safe Saskatchean
  • Saskatchewan Safety Council
  • South Central Drug Strategy
  • Workers’ Compensation Board – WCB


  • Acklands-Grainger Inc.
  • R.M. of Mankota


  • SaskPower
  • Technical Safety Authority of Saskatchewan


  • Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture
  • South Country Equipment


  • Information and Communications Technology Council
  • Saskatchewan Polytechnic Business Systems Advisory Council
  • Sasktel
  • Solvera


Want to partner with Prairie South? Contact Heather Boese for details!

Last Updated: July 24, 2015 at 11:42 am