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Participants give thumbs up to comprehensive Facilitator Series

Poignantly aware that the foundations need to be solidly in place from the outset, the Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit is making sure that the recently created Facilitator Series equips would-be facilitators and professional learning leaders from different schools and school… +Read More
photo of Jody Lorenzo, Scott Allen, Corinne Baumann, Ali Lowenberger and Nicole Bussiere.

Allen shares love of graphic novels

Suffice it to say if you want to know about graphic novels – anything about them – you could do worse than sit down and have a conversation with Saskatoon high school teacher Scott Allen. Remembering his time when he… +Read More

Saskatoon school encourages young entrepreneurs

SASKATOON – Business combined with art, a local school is going outside the box putting students interests first in an entrepreneurial program. The first-hand experience is giving students the opportunity to make money while they learn. “Arts something everyone loves or can love and business can sometimes be a little dry, especially if you’re not a business person,” said Oskayak High School teacher Todd Knihnitski. It isn’t your typical high school course. In the Entrepreneurship 20 class students combine Visual... +Read More

City of Regina preparing to spend $8.8M on North Central complex

There’s progress today on a $42-million school-library-community complex that could change the face of Regina’s North Central area. The City of Regina is going to spend $8.8 million on its share of the development, which is expected to open in 2017. A plan to spend that money went Wednesday to the city’s executive committee, which is City Council in committee form. The as-yet unnamed facility (temporarily known as the North Central Shared Facility) will replace the Albert Scott Community Centre, the... +Read More
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