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RETURN TO IN-SCHOOL LEARNING – MAY 17

Effective May 17th, 2021 all learning for K to 12 students will return to in-school learning. This will mark the end of our pivot to level-4 learning. Thank you for your support!

Please do not hesitate to contact your child’s teacher if you have questions regarding our return to in-school learning.

DON’T FORGET THE SUNSCREEN

Summer like temperatures are upon us. Please make sure your children are prepared for outdoor play, which may include applying sunscreen prior to coming to school if you so choose.

DON’T FORGET YOUR MASKS

Effective Friday, November 27th, all adults and all students must wear a mask at all times in Waldheim School. Likewise, any persons riding on a PSSD bus must wear a mask at all times.

RETURN TO SCHOOL PLANS

Refer to the tab above to navigate to our Return to School Plans. Please keep an eye open for e-mails from the division and the school, as well as updates posted on this website and the Waldheim School Events & Announcements Facebook page (here).


WHAT WE BELIEVE

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Special Visitor

From left to right: Lori Jeschke (Director of Education PSSD), Jesse Reis (VP Waldheim School), Bruce Mellesmoen (Principal, Waldheim School), Ulla Klefbom (Principal, Uppsala, Sweden)

On Monday, Nov. 4th, Waldheim School welcomed Swedish Principal, Ulla Klefbom. Ulla spent the full day at our school, visiting classrooms, talking with teachers and students, and partaking in our staff learning meeting. Ulla is the principal of a new school opening up in Uppsala, Sweden and has been following the work we are doing at Waldheim School on Twitter and through our website. The timing was perfect as she was in Canada visiting family members who live in Saskatchewan.

Ulla was struck by the way Waldheim School felt. She could tell our adults and students had a very strong learning relationship, and was very curious about how our classrooms look and sound. It was a wonderful visit and we’ve committed staying in contact with one another, supporting the work being done in each school.


Having an Impact

The work we are doing at #WaldheimSchool is not going unnoticed. Have a look at this article from a national website: