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Friday, June 19, 2020
Sask Bulletin

In terms of providing any substantive changes from the planned expenditures announced in late March, there was little sign of that on June 15 as Finance Minister Donna Harpauer provided the 2020-21 budget on the first day of the recently announced three-week sitting of the Legislature.

And, while Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation President Patrick Maze maintained his previously announced statement that the overall increase of $42.1 million in the school operating grant is a step in the right direction, it’s the next step that has him concerned.

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Thursday, June 18, 2020
News Release

The return to school guidelines released today by the Saskatchewan government leave a number of questions unanswered about how the guidelines will be implemented in an effective and practical manner come fall.

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Wednesday, June 17, 2020
Sask Bulletin

Saskatoon Public Schools was one of many Saskatchewan school divisions to come up with their own innovative ideas to celebrate graduation since traditional celebrations were unavailable during the school closure. Staff were handing out individual lawn signs to grads at Saskatoon’s 10 collegiates (plus City Park and Saskatoon Christian School).

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Wednesday, June 17, 2020
Sask Bulletin

A co-operative effort between Saskatoon Public Schools and the Saskatoon Tribal Council has been providing as many as 1,500 lunches and suppers every weekday during the COVID-19 pandemic. The commercial cooking facilities at Mount Royal Collegiate have been integral, but there is uncertainty when the end of June rolls around.

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Wednesday, June 17, 2020
Sask Bulletin

The province’s 13,500 teachers voted 85 percent in favour of the four-year deal tentatively agreed upon by the Teachers’ Bargaining Committee and the Government-Trustee Bargaining team.

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