Panel Discussion

Just a reminder that Prairie Spirit School Division is pleased to invite you to a panel discussion called “Do Grades Matter?” featuring Sandra Herbst (visiting consultant), Michelle Prytula (U of S), Ian Kripps (Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation) , Lori Jeschke (PSSD), and Janet McVittie (U of S).  This event will start at 7:00 pm on Monday, February 3rd in the WCMS theatre.  This will be a great opportunity to learn and ask questions about the rationale for our new assessment system.  All are welcome!!

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Community Coaches Needed

Community Coaches Needed

WCMS is looking for parents or community members interested in coaching positions for our Grade 6 boys’ extra-curricular basketball program. The season starts at the end of January and goes to the middle of March. The commitment is 1-2 practices a week and approximately 4 games that are set up with neighbouring schools. There is flexibility in the scheduling of these events to work with your schedule. Interested individuals should contact Greg Tebay, Principal, for more information and details on Community Coach designation.

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Cyberbullying Presentation for Parents

Cyber Safety for Parents
SGT. Brian Trainor
Thursday January
9th, 2014
7-8 pm
Warman Community Middle School Theatre

WCMS and WHS School community Councils are pleased to welcome SGT. Brian Trainor who will speak on the topic of cyber safety. Brian provides relevant and useful
information about the cyber world and ideas on how to keep kids
and families safe. All are welcome to attend!

Parking available at the Legends Centre – enter through the second floor.

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A thought on motivation…

Daniel Pink’s research around what motivates people in different situations is an interesting piece of the puzzle as we continue to think about the changes we are working through in assessment.  His work is summarized here in this animation based on his book called Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us.  Happy weekend, stay warm:) 

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