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05/31/17

Saskatoon school divisions to cut some bus service for pre-K, K-8 students

Erin Richter-Pederson’s home-based daycare is two houses away from the new eligibility boundary for school bus service, which she had been using to send six children in her care to St. Angela School. As of the new school year, all six… +Read More
05/31/17

Quality of education untouched in latest Chinook School Division cost-saving decision

Chinook has made a programming decision to try and cope with a deficit in funding from the provincial budget. Fortunately for the teachers and students in the division, the cost-savings will not negatively factor into the quality of education provided.… +Read More
05/30/17

Rivier Catholic School to integrate operations with St.Mary

Citing dwindling enrollment and weighing cost considerations, Blessed Marie Rivier Catholic School will cease operations at their facility at the end of this academic year. “In order to address the programming needs of the students and provide educational opportunities…for all… +Read More
05/30/17

Area Students Spend Day at Food Farms

Last Thursday and Friday students from eight schools in our area were out at a food farm learning about food production and agriculture by planting their own crops. Blair’s Family of Companies was the host, as the seeding took place… +Read More
05/29/17

Hutchinson out as Living Sky Director of Education

Living Sky School Division has parted ways with Dave Hutchinson as Director of Education. At their meeting Wednesday evening, the Living Sky school board voted in favour of accepting the mutual termination contract with Hutchinson. A mutual termination contract was… +Read More
05/29/17

Powwow offers shared learning experience

Students dressed in traditional regalia took to centre stage yesterday and danced in unison to showcase culture and community. The event was part of Prince Albert Catholic Community School’s third annual powwow at St. Michael Community School Thursday morning. “What… +Read More
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