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Students celebrate first opening during Riverside Aboriginal Arts Festival

A group of budding artists and poets celebrated the opening of their first show Thursday afternoon. Grade 5 and 8 students from Riverside Public School spent much of the spring working closely with professional artists and poets to produce work… +Read More

“Roots for Empathy” Preparing for Fall

It’s called “Roots of Empathy” and the program’s mission is to ‘build caring, peaceful, and civil societies through the development of empathy in children and adults’ and with this special program, they’ve made an impact in their first four years,… +Read More

Mother ‘outraged and upset’ after school Aboriginal retention workers eliminated

Mother Rachelle Tanton says she’s not happy that Saskatoon’s Catholic school division has ended its Aboriginal student-retention worker program. On Tuesday, the 12 employees in the program received layoff notices. The separate school board says the decision was made to… +Read More

Wakaw School Wins Mosaic Extreme School Makeover Challenge

Wakaw School was chosen as one of ten schools in Saskatchewan to receive funds through the Mosaic Extreme School Makeover Challenge for 2017. The challenge which encourages initiatives aimed at improving student nutrition was started in 2006 by partners Mosaic… +Read More

Student Music Video Stands Up Against Interpersonal Violence

Grade 5 & 6 students from Battleford Central School & Bready School from Living Sky School Division No. 202 in the Battlefords are rising together to perform a choreographed dance to the song “Breaking The Chain” by Tena Clark Thursday,… +Read More

Herbert students test out Canada’s brightest light

A group of high school students from Herbert School made a memorable trip to the Canadian Light Source last week. The ten students from grades 10-12 had the privilege to conduct science experiments on soil samples using the brightest light… +Read More
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