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Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Sask Bulletin Article

When the Light of Christ Roman Catholic School Division challenged teachers at John Paul II Collegiate to improve graduation rates in North Battleford a couple of years ago, staff wondered if technology and flexible learning could help.

“In Saskatchewan, our grad rates are about 80 percent,” said Carlo Hansen, principal of the Grades 8 to 12 Catholic school, which serves close to 700 students. “From that, you can conclude that what we’re doing is working for about 80 percent of students. For those kids that it’s not working for, we need to give them something different. Part of that includes more flexibility.”

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Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Sask Bulletin Article

A wide variety of engaging books on the topic of leadership has crossed my desk in recent weeks with such diverse perspectives as those offered by academics, business and community leaders, school-based leaders and politicians.

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Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Sask Bulletin Article

Seldom have I seen a person with less discernible effort enthrall a group of hitherto, unknown folks into his orbit for an hour.

Allowing for the fact that using evil spirits was the furthest thing from Joseph Naytowhow’s presentation at the Saskatchewan Music Educators Association, he was very much a sorcerer.

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Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Sask Bulletin Article

Anyone who has attended one of the workshops or presentations given by Cort Dogniez can attest to the bountiful knowledge he possesses when it comes to the history of Métis education content. Similarly, the enduring impression will be the heartfelt passion he shares with those in the room.

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Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Sask Bulletin Article

Unless your mailing address is in Mars, the name itself is seared into the thoughts of people around the globe as a result of “the accident.”

Former Humboldt Broncos President Kevin Garinger is also director of
Horizon School Division.

Moreover, if the city name of Humboldt and its junior hockey team–that would be the Broncos–topped Google searches, then the name of former President Kevin Garinger would have been equally as familiar. He was, after all, the face that would ubiquitously be in front of the media or quoted in yet another dispatch of the horrific Friday, April 6 bus crash that claimed 16 lives and injured 13 more.

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