NEW PRINCIPAL FOR WALDHEIM SCHOOL
Waldheim School is excited to welcome Diana Jemieff as our new principal beginning August, 2022. Ms. Jemieff brings many years of experience in administration and teaching to her new position. She is currently the vice-principal at Venture Heights School in Martensville.
IMPORTANT UPDATES FROM PSSD FOR OUR FAMILIES
When needed, PSSD will send information to all families regarding working and learning together. Please refer to spiritsd.ca for more information.
Welcome Back to Prairie Spirit School Division!
Handbook Updated for 2021/22
You will find the updated Waldheim School handbook by using the drop down menu (more info) above, or by clicking here.
Supply List Update
Families have two options for purchasing school supplies for 2021/22. You can print off the supply list and purchase items from the store of your choice, or you can shop online using School Start. Click here for supply lists.
A New Look for a New Year
As the new school year approaches, Waldheim School has updated the look of their school website. All of the same information can be found by using the navigation menu at the top of the page.
WHAT WE BELIEVE
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: