Support Our Local Volunteer Fire Department!

The Pike Lake Fire Department are collecting bottles/cans to fundraise for a Water and Ice Rescue Unit. You can drop your cans/bottles off at the drop off bin in front of the Pike Lake Fire Hall. They will be collecting until May 8. We are very lucky to have the fire hall and the volunteer firefighters in our community. Let’s support them!

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Growing Smiles Fundraiser

The Pike Lake School Community Council are selling beautiful plants to raise money for our outdoor learning area, specifically a weather station and to use these plants in the outdoor classroom for our students. Please go to the following Website for more information for ordering. Orders are due May 4 and delivery is May 18:

https://pikelake.growingsmilesfundraising.com/home

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SCC Elections

If you are interested in joining our School Community Council please click on the following link Pike Lake School Community Council Elections for more information.

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Pelican Watch

Meewasin’s Pelican Watch is back!

Students of Pike Lake School will try and guess the date and arrival time of the first pelican to touch down between the CPR Bridge and the Weir for a chance to win some great PRIZES – including a $500 prize pack for the overall winner!

From April through October, pelicans gather by the weir to fish. These birds, once on the endangered species list, have been a beautiful sight on the South Saskatchewan river since the late 1970s.

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Bus Cancellation Policy

Prairie Spirit has updated the bus cancellation policy. The update affects when busses will run during inclement weather. Please follow the link to view:
PSSD Buss Cancellation Policy Update

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Ministry of Education Parent Information Package

In collaboration with public health officials, the Ministry of Education has prepared a Parent Information Package for the new school year.

The package includes:

  • Information on the Safe Schools Plan
  • General tips for parents and caregivers
  • Mask wearing information for children
  • Information on testing options and processes
  • Information on COVID-19 notification and illness in school
  • Information on the threshold for changes to in-classroom learning

Please go to the Prairie Spirit website to view the Parent Information Package.

The Ministry has also posted other links for parents, including COVID-19: Learning Supports for Families and Teachers, on the government website.

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Pike Lake Safe School Plan

Please follow the link to the Pike Lake Safe Schools Plan. This document contains important information about the guidelines and procedures that will help to keep our students and staff safe and healthy as we return to school. We’ve developed this document from a slightly more detailed version, available here.

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Back to School Update, “Soft Start”: August 24, 2020

Please read the following letter sent on behalf of Lori Jeschke, Director of Education: Letter to Prairie Spirit Families

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Back To School Update: August 20, 2020

Please read the following letter sent on behalf of Lori Jeschke, Director of Education: Letter to Prairie Spirit Families

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Please read the following letter sent on behalf of Lori Jeschke, Director of Education: Letter to Prairie Spirit Families

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