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07/07/17

Living Sky passes new budget despite difficulties

Living Sky School Division approved its new final amended budget at its last meeting, after a long decision-making process in deliberating on the budget for the next school year. The budget, as originally approved May 10, reflected $6 million in reductions… +Read More
07/05/17

International and national experts to expose corporate involvement in public education at national forum

Teacher leaders from across Canada and around the world will be in Ottawa to discuss their collective concerns about privatization and commercialization in and of public education. Students before Profits is the theme of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF)’s Canadian Forum… +Read More
07/04/17

The growing crisis in education and Saskatchewan schools

You’ve probably heard that times are tough in education. This is certainly the case – and classroom conditions are deteriorating for both teachers and students. I’ve been a teacher for many years now. One thing I always like to point… +Read More
06/28/17

Parents concerned over phasing out of Regina Catholic Schools’ Sunshine Program

Parents in the Regina Catholic School Division are voicing concerns about the school board’s decision to phase out the Sunshine Program. The program offers a learning environment for three to five-year-olds with intensive needs. This upcoming school year, the division… +Read More
06/27/17

Saskatoon Catholic Schools considering switch to 1 menu

Division recommends Complete Purchasing Services Inc. for 3-year contract. All Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools may soon be serving the same menu. The school board is considering moving to a centralized food system which would standardize snacks and meals. The division says the school-based nutrition… +Read More
06/23/17

P3 schools on budget and on schedule to open September 2017

Two years after construction crews broke ground, school divisions will soon have the keys to 18 new elementary schools across the province. In Regina on Monday, SaskBuilds and the Saskatchewan Masonry Institute, along with men and women from the industry,… +Read More
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