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Update December 10, 2021

November 08, 2021
Saskatoon Public Schools has chosen a preliminary design for the new centrally located school. Two designs, the circle concept and the diagonal concept, were developed following consultations with students, staff, stakeholders, an Elders and Traditional Knowledge Keepers advisory group, and feedback gathered through a public survey. The designs provided different options for the layout of...

​ Update June 15, 2021

October 28, 2021
With the location for the new school confirmed at the Princess Alexandra School site, Saskatoon Public Schools is moving forward in the pre-design stage. This stage includes information gathering and thinking of big ideas. This process will be led by Kindrachuk Agrey Architecture, the company that will design this new school to...

Update May 3, 2021

October 28, 2021
During a public consultation held via Zoom on April 29, 2021, members of the school communities and the general public had the opportunity to learn more about the project and review the building test fits for two proposed sites β€” the current Princess Alexandra school location and Optimist Park β€” to get...

Update April 23, 2021

October 28, 2021
Members of the school communities and the general public are invited to review the test fits to get an idea of where the new school could be located and share their thoughts with the Board of Education as part of the site validation process. Feedback can be shared in one of the following ways:

Update April 1, 2021

October 28, 2021
Following the spring break, principals at King George, Pleasant Hill and Princess Alexandra schools will be contacting every family in their school to give each an opportunity to provide feedback or ask questions about information on the   Site Selection process . The full communication shared with school communities on April 1, including summarized information for...

Update February 2021

October 28, 2021
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the school division has not been able to host in-person gatherings that honour the Indigenous traditions reflected in these three schools and bring school families together for a thorough discussion. 
To provide equitable access to information about the project, principals of the three schools directly contacted each...