2014/15 School Year Calendar Dear Prairie Spirit Parents and Guardians: On behalf of Prairie Spirit School Division, I am pleased to provide the 2014/15 school year calendar. We want to thank all those staff members, parents and students who provided feedback and helped shape the development of the new calendar. Key things to note about […]

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School Community Councils A primary link between the home, community and school Our School Community Council (SCC) supports student learning success and well-being and encourages parent and community involvement in the school.  Prairie Spirit School Division believes that involvement with SCCs is a rewarding and meaningful activity for parent and community members. If you would […]

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Congratulations to Jenna for being selected to be a part of The Youth Forum 2014!  She will be venturing off to Ottawa to spend a week on “the hill” and be a part of the political action. “Participants gather in Ottawa to learn about government processes, meet decision-makers like MPs and Senators and discuss important […]

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Ages 7 & up! Fun, effective & tailored to meet the learning styles of each student Learn to play your favourite songs Singing and songwriting options available Guitar lessons are 1 on 1 with an experiences teacher Performance opportunities Year end recording project are also available Monday evenings at Asquith School For more information go […]

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What We Do and Why Creative Kids connects children and youth to unique, life-changing artistic and cultural experiences in their community. We provide financial support to Saskatchewan families so all kids have an opportunity to participate in creative activities like drama, art, dance, heritage, and music. We believe: cultural and creative activities are fundamental to […]

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Essentially, PISA assess 15 year olds on an international scale on similar areas including reading, mathematics and science as well as other key areas. Watch a quick Youtube video on what PISA is… Are you interested in finding out what PISA has to say and how it affects the education system?  Check out this easy […]

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As many know, there have been some changes in the way assessment and reporting is done in PSSD and across the province.  You may have seen some of these changes when your child brings home assignments and rubrics are used.  You may have seen these changes on the new grade 1-6 report card with codes […]

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