News

Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Editorial

Not unlike school teachers, I would suggest the month of June invites a sense of introspection.

Those in the classrooms and in administration might take a few moments to contemplate their respective successes and challenges during the soon-to-be completed school year.

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Sunday, June 17, 2018
Spotlight on Superannuates

As I sit down to write my last article for the Saskatchewan Bulletin as the Superannuated Teachers of Saskatchewan (STS) President, I would like to thank the Bulletin staff and the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation for providing our local chapter with the opportunity to update teachers who are still in the classroom with regard to the activities of the STS.

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Friday, June 15, 2018
Article

REGINA–Ten Saskatchewan schools are each receiving $10,000 to support student nutrition after winning the Mosaic Extreme School Makeover Challenge for 2018.

“This year we received a record 70 applications for the Makeover Challenge and the winning schools and their projects are once again impressive and inspiring,” said Sarah Fedorchuk, Vice-President, Public Affairs and Government Relations at The Mosaic Company. “We’re very excited to hear more about their efforts to make nutrition a daily part of student lives with the funding Mosaic provides.”

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Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Article

LUMSDEN–By its very nature, teaching is a highly personalized profession. Yes, there are required curriculum outcomes and expectations.

Beyond that though, there will always be the infusion of the teacher’s approach and beliefs that will be highly influential in the process.

When you are talking about Carla Cooper there is a strong case to be made for the likelihood that they threw away the mould. She embodies the sort of passion, and even zaniness, that will inevitably resonate with her students.

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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Good things come in small packages when one contemplates the respective winners of the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation-sponsored student project video contest.

Wesmor Public High School in Prince Albert won the $10,000 grand prize, while the $7,500 gold star prize for the school with the most views of their video was Eaton Elementary and High School in Eatonia in a close contest with Val Marie School.

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