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November 7 – 11

Tuesday, November 8

  • Our Grade 11/12 class is off to Regina to the “See Your Future” presentation at Evraz Place.
  • Grade 9 – 12 Progress Reports are available on your MySchoolSask Parent Portal .


Wednesday, November 9

  • In recognition of Remembrance Day, students and staff are encouraged to dress up for Formal Day.   We will have poppies available for every student that does not already have one to wear.  We would ask that students requiring a poppy bring a small cash donation which will be sent to the Royal Canadian Legion.
  • At 10:40, students and staff will be walking down to the cenotaph for our annual Remembrance Day Service.  Community members are welcome to join us at the cenotaph.
  • Grilled Cheese lunch for all that ordered.  Thank you to the Moose Jaw Co-op for donating the supplies and preparing this lunch for us.


Thursday, November 10

  • No school


Friday, November 11

  • No school


Mark your calendars:

  • November 14 & 15 – Student Led Conferences.  Details and instructions to book a time were sent in a separate email earlier this week.
    • We will be using the School Interview booking program again this year.  To book a time that works for your family, simply visit
      • K-6:      Please sign up with your homeroom teacher.
      • 7-12:    The high school teachers will be working as a team.  Families can sign up for a time slot to meet with all your children’s teachers.  Please sign up for each child separately.
  • November 14 – 17 – The fun and excitement of a Scholastic Book Fair is coming to our school!
    • Parents and students will have the opportunity to shop for books during Student Led Conference hours (Nov.14th and 15th) and students will be able to make selections all week from the library or online.  Parents, friends, and family that can’t join us in the school can join us online with our Virtual Book Fair Extension! Our online shop will be open on the first day of our Fair, but you can view a selection of the books you’ll find here:
  • November 14 to 24- Remember to bring in those Santa Store donations!  We are looking forward to offering our elementary students a wonderful, jam-packed store to shop from.
  • November 15 – School Picture retakes as well as Grade 12 Cap & Gown pictures.
  • December 8 – The SCC is busy making plans for a Winter Extravaganza.  Watch for more information as details are finalized.


Upcoming School Lunches:

  • Wednesday, November 16 – Back Home
  • Thursday, November 29 – DQ/Urban Garden
    • All lunches are available for purchase on School Cash.


Other items of interest

  • Good luck to our volleyball teams as they participate in playoffs this weekend.  The Senior girls will be heading to Bengough for Conferences, and the Bantam Boys will be in Rouleau for Districts.
  • Lifetouch picture packages were sent home on November 1.  Families have the option of ordering online, or returning the paper order form to the school by November 9.  If your child is wanting retakes, the package must be returned on or before retake day.  Elementary parents – we would also ask that you let the office know if your child will be having retakes so we can ensure no one gets missed.
  • Grade 1 – 12 parents – Did you know you can access your child’s progress at any time throughout the year through the MySchoolSask Parent Portal?  This portal will allow you to see their assignments and marks for each, their attendance, any outstanding assignments.  You can access your Parent Portal by clicking the Parent Tab at Prairie South School Division #210.  If you need a refresher, you might want to check out their Helper Videos also available on the Parent Tab.
  • In the past, we have heard from a few families having trouble accessing the Parent Portal. We would like to make this as effortless as possible for our families – we are here to help!   We encourage all families to log in to ensure you can access your accounts.   Should you run into any issue,  please give the office a call and Mrs. Beitel or Mrs. Krawetz will help to get you logged in.
  • The Regina YMCA is offering Y Mind Teen, a free mental health program for teens ages 13-18.  Program and registration details are available on the attached poster.
  • The City of Moose Jaw is hosting a National Child Day on November 20.  All details can be found on the attached poster.


All Saskatchewan Kindergarten – Grade 12 Curricula are available to view at Saskatchewan Curriculum