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Published by the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation



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

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

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

Maze insists that partners need to work together to rewrite future

Not surprisingly, given the scrutiny that public education is seemingly under in the province lately, Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation President Patrick Maze altered from protocol in his address to the Annual Meeting of Council. The fact that he shared the head… +Read More

Guidance counsellors working with students with specialized needs reassigned

Funding cuts to Saskatchewan’s education boards have teachers struggling to mitigate the impact on students, says the president of the Regina Public School Teachers’ Association. Jeff Perry said staff have had to be reassigned and program supports for students with… +Read More

Holy Trinity Pleased to Maintain Staffing Levels After “Difficult” Budget

“We were able to do it, we just don’t want to have to do it again.” Holy Trinity Catholic School Division (HTCSD) Director of Education Geri Hall is reflecting on what she calls a “difficult” budget process. In the recent… +Read More
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