News

Friday, November 6, 2015

Welcoming. Caring. Respectful. Professionals.

These four special words launch the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation fall 2015 TV campaign, designed to invite the public to work with its over 13,000 members to build better schools and communities across the province.

The campaign, called Together We Teach and Learn, includes the TV spot, as well as billboards and online media, appearing throughout November and early December 2015.

Read More
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Sask Bulletin Article

Teachers as the heart of their communities seemed to be the common theme throughout my first tour of northern schools. In each community without fail, teachers offered structure, routine, discipline, quality education and extracurricular activities to students. Adaptations seemed to be an almost daily occurrence facing these teachers and, much to their credit, they appeared to handle everything in stride with calm, capable confidence.

Read More
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Sask Bulletin Article

WEYAKWIN – If ever the adage of what you see is what you get fit it would be in the case of Medrick Thomas.

Serving the hamlet of approximately 100, situated in the middle of a forested area on the fringes of the devastating fires that ravaged the area this summer, one comes upon the rather unassuming facility that is Kiskahikan School.

Read More
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Sask Bulletin Article

Fort Qu’Appelle – “So, you mean you play video games?” It’s pretty much the first question we have to answer and it’s usually followed by a subtle chuckle or eye roll.

Read More
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Sask Bulletin Article

LA RONGE – As the dignitaries mingled with students and community members, Martina Cain, the principal of Churchill Community School, could justifiably bask in the culmination of what had been an often agonizing decade-long project to arrive at this memorable day.

Any of those out-of-town visitors would probably have been blissfully unaware of the process involved in order to be able to cut the ribbon on what is now undoubtedly the crown jewel of Northern Lights School Division.

Read More