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  • Pink Shirt Day at WDS
    WDS students had lots of fun celebrating the Red Cross Day of Pink. Students were all decked out in pink clothing, and we participated in a “Friendship Walk” around town. When they returned to the school, students and staff were treated to hotdogs an Full Story...
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April 11, 2014

I hope you have all enjoyed a fantastic week!  I cannot believe we are already approaching the middle of April.

Incoming Director of Education, Kevin Garinger visited Horizon School Division on Sunday and Monday.  He met with members of the Strategic Leadership Team and Central Office Staff as part of his entry plan into Horizon.

Wednesday April 9, 2014 was the Red Cross Fourth Annual Day of Pink in Saskatchewan.  This annual event raises awareness in the fight against bullying throughout the province.  Check out the Horizon School Division website to see how schools throughout the division supported this annual event.  



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STUDENT FIRST ONLINE ENGAGEMENT TOOL LAUNCHED
The Government of Saskatchewan launched the Student First online engagement tool, which will assist the Student First Advisors to collect feedback from students, parents, teachers and the public on what is going well in the education system, what could be better and how we can work to put the student first.
The online tool provides the opportunity for the public to submit written submissions, respond to a survey and validate themes heard so far by responding to key questions. The online survey tool can be found here: www.studentfirstsk.ca.
To view the Ministry news release that was issued on Friday February 28, please visit: http://www.gov.sk.ca/news?newsId=3d7ac14e-e37c-47cd-93cf-00780334c4d2 
Please participate in this important process in order to help shape the future of Saskatchewan education.






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