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School division will require staff to show proof of vaccination or test status

October 07, 2021

Saskatoon Public Schools is committed to protecting the health and well-being of our students and staff members. As such, the school division is currently developing an administrative procedure on employee vaccinations. This administrative procedure will require all staff members to show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or provide...
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Every Child Matters flag flies over board office

September 28, 2021
On a sunny September morning, a small group of school division employees gathered on a rooftop to make history.
In a ceremony led by Don Speidel, the cultural resource liaison for Saskatoon Public Schools, the school division raised the Every Child Matters flag atop the Board of Education office. Located at...
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Schools working to ReConnect with students, families

September 13, 2021
Back to school is an opportunity for schools, students, and families to ReConnect.
As schools begin 2021-22 school year, Saskatoon Public Schools is offering additional resources and supports to help students reengage with their learning following a challenging year of learning. The COVID-19 pandemic saw many students and families lose their...

Saskatoon Public Schools recognizing National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

September 10, 2021
Saskatoon Public Schools is committed to recognizing the importance of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30. The school division is moving the professional development/planning day for teachers scheduled for Oct. 8 to Sept. 30. This means there will be no classes for all prekindergarten to Grade 12...
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Saskatoon Public Schools releases back-to-school handbooks

August 23, 2021
Saskatoon Public Schools has released its plan that outlines the school division's commitment to providing safe learning and working environments for our students and staff members. "Guidance from local public health officials continues to provide necessary guidance for our operational decisions at both the elementary and collegiate levels," said Director of...
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Board presents top awards to graduating students

June 25, 2021
​ Every year at collegiate graduation ceremonies, trustees from the Board of Education hand out three of the top awards – the Governor General's Medal, the Perseverance Award, and the School Board Proficiency Scholarship.
For almost 150 years, the Governor General's Academic Medals have recognized the outstanding scholastic achievements of students...
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Grade Nine Orientation

June 24, 2021
Please use the attached link to view the 2021 Grade Nine Orientation Video for Mount Royal Collegiate. 
We look forward to having our new Mustangs join us in the fall.  Have a safe and healthy summer!
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Board of Education approves operating budget for 2021-22

June 16, 2021
The Saskatoon Board of Education has approved its operating budget for the upcoming academic year, which will see expenses of $287.7 million, an increase of $9.4 million over last year.
Provincial government operating funding increased two per cent ($4.6 million) for the year, which mainly covers the provincially negotiated salary increase...
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​Division's pandemic response highlighted for Board of Education

April 27, 2021
Information about the school division's ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic was shared with trustees during the Board of Education meeting held April 20.
Senior administration continues to meet regularly with medical health officers regarding the pandemic and its impact on learning and school communities. The division is in possession of...
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High school students have April 26 deadline for in-person, online learning shift

April 14, 2021
High school students who want to move back to in-person learning or transition to online classes for the fifth and final learning term of the school year must make their decision by noon on Monday, April 26.
The transfer deadline has been set to allow for any necessary staffing adjustments ahead of...

High school students have Feb. 24 deadline for in-person, online learning shift

February 18, 2021
​ High school students who want to move back to in-person learning or transition to online classes for the fourth learning term of the school year must make their decision by noon on Wednesday, Feb. 24. The transfer deadline has been set to allow for any necessary staffing adjustments ahead of the...

School-year calendar set for 2021-22; first day of classes Sept. 1

February 10, 2021
All students will begin the 2021-22 school year on Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021, according to the 2021-22 school year calendar approved by the Board of Education.
The calendar represents a total of 185 instructional days for elementary students and 182 days for collegiate students, with a minimum of 950 hours of instruction.
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Programs offer unique learning options for Grade 11 students

February 01, 2021
Three specialized high school programs that offer unique, hands-on learning are inviting students to explore their opportunities for the 2021-22 school year.
Outdoor School, Media School and the High School Carpentry Apprenticeship Program (HCAP) provide Grade 11 students (plus Grade 12 for HCAP) with the chance to join other students from collegiates across the city...
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Mount Royal students make virtual connection with Giller Prize winner

January 19, 2021
The personal experience of author Souvankham Thammavongsa and stories from her Giller Prize-wining collection of short stories resonated with students at Mount Royal Collegiate during a recent virtual meeting.
In December, Grade 12 ELA students at Mount Royal had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to speak with Thammavongsa, who was awarded the Giller...

Virtual open houses help Grade 8 students plan for high school

January 12, 2021
Saskatoon Public Schools' collegiates are virtually opening their doors to provide current Grade 8 students and their parents and guardians with a glimpse of high school life.
Collegiate open house events usually give students and parents the opportunity to visit one or several schools. This year, schools are creating videos to highlight...
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Trustees hear about creative approaches to mark Remembrance Day

December 15, 2020
Honouring those who served took on a unique look in schools this year.
All schools typically observe Remembrance Day prior to November 11, however due to COVID-19 health guidelines and a significant winter storm, school ceremonies in schools looked different this year, trustees heard during the Celebrating Excellence portion of the...
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Report to Community highlights year of learning, challenges

December 14, 2020
Saskatoon Public Schools' 2019-20 Report to the Community is a snapshot of an academic year that was filled with much joy and many triumphs and accomplishments, but also unprecedented challenges.
The division's highlights the work done by staff and students to continue to learn and celebrate community while facing the uncertainty of...
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Eight SPS collegiates moving to Level 3 starting Nov. 19

November 17, 2020
Following a recommendation from the provincial government, eight collegiates in Saskatoon Public Schools will be moving to Level 3 based on the Safe Schools Plan. 
On November 13, the provincial government announced that it is recommending all high schools with enrolments over 600 move to Level 3 in the Safe Schools Plan....

Three new trustees join Board of Education; MacPherson named chair

November 16, 2020
​ Three new trustees were welcomed to the Saskatoon Board of Education during the inaugural meeting held Nov. 16. New trustees joining the board following the recent civic and school board elections are Michael Pidwerbeski in Ward 1, Kim Stranden in Ward 4, and Angela Arneson in Ward 10. Incumbent trustee...

High school students have Feb. 24 deadline for shift between in-person, online learning

November 10, 2020
High school students who want to move back to in-person learning or transition to online classes for the third learning term of the school year must make their decision by noon on Wednesday, Feb. 24.
The transfer deadline has been set to allow for any necessary staffing adjustments ahead of the...
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In-person elementary, high school classes cancelled Tuesday, Nov. 10

November 09, 2020
Due to the continuing impact of the severe winter storm that hit the city, Saskatoon Public Schools is cancelling in-person classes at all elementary schools and collegiates on Tuesday, Nov. 10, and moving to remote learning for the day.   The decision was made following discussion with the City of Saskatoon, which identified...
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Mount Royal Collegiate recognized for support of Saskatoon Food Bank

October 27, 2020
The volunteer commitment of students and staff at Mount Royal Collegiate has been recognized by the Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre (SFBLC).
The food bank, which presents annual awards to recognize the engagement of community members, chose Mount Royal as the recipient of the Youth Leadership in Action award, thanks...
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Division enrolment impacted by COVID-19, trustees hear

October 22, 2020
Saskatoon Public Schools reported a decline in division-wide enrolment as of Sept. 30, with the COVID-19 pandemic having a significant effect on overall enrolment, trustees were told during the Oct. 20 meeting of the Board of Education.
The school division's kindergarten to Grade 12 student enrolment is 25,280 as of Sept....

Voters invited to attend virtual candidate forums

October 22, 2020
Saskatoon Public Schools will host virtual candidate forums to allow candidates for Board of Education trustee positions to share their platform and respond to questions from voters. School board elections take place Monday, Nov. 9, as part of the City of Saskatoon civic election. Information about voting, ward boundaries, and candidate...
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High school students have Oct. 22 deadline for shift between in-person, online learning

October 08, 2020
High school students who want to move back to in-person learning or transition to online classes for the second learning term of the school year must make their decision by Oct. 22. The transfer deadline has been set to allow for any necessary staffing adjustments ahead of the Quint 2 start...

Nominations open for Board of Education trustee election

October 05, 2020
​ Election of trustees for the Saskatoon Board of Education will be part of the City of Saskatoon's local government election scheduled for Monday, Nov. 9, 2020.  Saskatoon Public Schools is governed by a 10-person elected Board of Education. The school division is organized into 10 wards for purpose of elections but...
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Student art installation gives wings to Orange Shirt Day

September 30, 2020
Art created from a range of disciplines is putting wings on Orange Shirt Day at Mount Royal Collegiate and bringing a unique awareness to the day's message. "We participate in Orange Shirt Day to commemorate the residential school experience, to witness and honour the healing journey of the survivors and their...
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Procedure for transfer of students between online, in-person learning

September 21, 2020
In order to maintain stability for student learning and staffing, Saskatoon Public Schools has an established practice for transfers between in-school and online learning.
Collegiate students can transition between face-to-face and online learning at the beginning of each new quint. Registration for Quint 1 online classes has closed and the deadline to register for...
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Schools to mark Orange Shirt Day on September 30

September 17, 2020
When Saskatoon Public Schools students, staff and families pull an orange T-shirt over their heads on Sept. 30 they will be taking part in an act of reconciliation and remembrance. September 30 is proclaimed as Orange Shirt Day each year by the provincial government. The day originated in Williams Lake, B.C.,...
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Schools welcome back students during the week of Sept. 8-11

June 29, 2020

  Saskatoon Public Schools will begin the 2020-21 school year on Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020, a week later than originally planned.
The first day of school was  scheduled for Sept. 1, however the provincial government has announced the start of the school year will be delayed until Sept. 8 throughout the province.
Throughout the...
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High schools welcome Grade 9 students with video orientations

June 22, 2020
Hundreds of students will make the transition from elementary to high school this fall and Saskatoon Public Schools' collegiates are making sure to welcome them in advance. Each year, collegiates hold in-person orientation days at the end of June to provide incoming Grade 9 students with the opportunity to learn more...
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Saskatoon Board of Education passes 2020-21 budget

June 16, 2020
With a focus on maintaining class sizes and addressing students' needs, the Saskatoon Board of Education passed its budget for the 2020-21 academic year at its meeting held June 16. The budget includes expenses of $278.3 million, an increase of $6.6 million over last year.
Provincial government funding increased 3.7 per...

School division supporting families to meet students' nutritional needs

June 09, 2020
The work done by Saskatoon Public Schools and its community partners to ensure the nutritional needs of students and families are being met during school closures was highlighted during the Board of Education's meeting held June 2.
Food security is an issue for many students and families. The school division has been...

Class of 2020 graduates being celebrated by school communities

May 19, 2020
Mount Royal Collegiate is distributing lawn signs to every 2020 graduate to allow the community to join in honouring the achievement. Beginning May 20, lawn signs are being provided to every graduating Grade 12 student across Saskatoon Public Schools' 10 collegiates, as well as City Park School and Saskatoon Christian School. Each...
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Mount Royal Collegiate to enhance nutrition program thanks to $10,000 award

May 19, 2020
A program that provides Mount Royal Collegiate students with nutritious food, teaches valuable life skills, and works to empower students and staff is receiving a $10,000 boost. Mount Royal is one of 10 Saskatchewan schools to receive funds through the Mosaic Extreme Makeover Challenge. The challenge, sponsored by The Mosaic Company...
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Saskatoon Public Schools wants students to #TakeBackYourYear

April 29, 2020
Saskatoon Public Schools and school divisions across the province are encouraging students to remain engaged with learning while physical classrooms remain closed.
The #TakeBackYourYear campaign invites teachers, staff, students, families, and community members to share the hashtag on social media along with their own stories of success and encouragement for one another...
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School division works with Saskatoon Tribal Council to feed community

April 22, 2020
A kitchen that usually feeds hungry high school students will soon be providing 1,000 meals per day to help feed the wider community. Saskatoon Public Schools is providing the commercial kitchen, food labs, and cafeteria at Mount Royal Collegiate, along with $20,000 in funding, to support the work being done by...

Division connecting students to learning with computers, internet access

April 21, 2020
​ Almost 400 laptop computers will be in the hands of Saskatoon Public Schools' high school students this week in order to ensure students have access to the technology they need to continue learning. Jason Dunk, the school division's chief technology officer, said distribution of laptops began Monday at Mount Royal...
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Division's supplemental learning plan guides instruction during school closure

April 02, 2020
​ Saskatoon Public Schools' supplemental learning plan guides the work of teachers as we support student learning at home. Our goal is for all students to feel connected to school and learning. During the pause in school operations, division staff explored how we can offer learning support to students and families at home....
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Message to parents and caregivers from Director of Education Barry MacDougall

March 30, 2020
I want to begin by saying thank you for your continued support of our schools and our staff members. We know this is more than a disruption. Education starting from a young age is vital to the growth of our children. We are working to right the ship as much as...
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Education Response Planning Team message to families

March 23, 2020
Saskatchewan has an Education Response Planning Team, consisting of officials from the Ministry of Education, Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation, Saskatchewan School Boards Association, the Saskatchewan Association of School Business Officials and the Saskatchewan League of Educational Administrators, Directors and Superintendents, that is meeting daily to support the education system in our response...
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Remaining unique program open houses cancelled

March 13, 2020
​ Saskatoon Public Schools has cancelled the remaining open house/information nights for the following unique programs. New dates will be provided if rescheduled.
ScienceTrek at Montgomery School iGen at Sherbrooke Community Centre Creative Action  at North Park Wilson School Let's Lead—Nīkānētān at Westmount Community School Media School at Evan Hardy Collegiate High School Carpentry...
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Information for parents, caregivers about STF job action

March 10, 2020
The Saskatchewan Teachers Federation (STF) is engaged in contract negotiations with the Government Trustee Bargaining Committee, which represents the provincial government and all Saskatchewan school divisions. The STF represents all teachers, principals, vice principals, instructional consultants, coordinators, and secondary counsellors in our school division. 
The STF announced sanctions that will restrict...

Information for parents, caregivers about possible job action

February 25, 2020
The Saskatchewan Teachers Federation (STF) is engaged in contract negotiations with the Government Trustee Bargaining Committee, which represents the provincial government and all Saskatchewan school divisions. Members of the STF have voted in favour of job action, which could include withdrawal from extracurricular activities, withdrawal of noon-hour supervision, rotating strikes, or...
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School calendar approved for 2020-21; first day for students is Sept. 1

February 12, 2020
Students in Saskatoon Public Schools will begin the 2020-21 school year prior to the Labour Day weekend. The first day of classes for students in both elementary and high school will be Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2020, according to the school year calendar approved by the Board of Education during its meeting...

Students share with parents during social media awareness session

February 05, 2020
For parents and caregivers who want to know more about the role of social media in their children's lives, there are no better teachers than youth themselves.
Ask the Experts: How Does Your Child Use Social Media? takes place Tuesday, Feb. 25, 7 p.m., at Walter Murray Collegiate. Students from Walter...
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Following Their Voices initiative plays role in supporting students

January 17, 2020
An initiative that focuses on teacher practice to support the engagement of Indigenous students in their learning is helping guide the work of educators at Mount Royal and Bedford Road collegiates.
Following Their Voices focuses on the relationships, interactions, and environment that Indigenous students and educators experience every school day. Through the initiative,...
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Collegiate open houses help Grade 8 students prepare for high school

December 18, 2019
Saskatoon Public Schools' collegiates are opening their doors during February to provide current Grade 8 students and their parents and guardians with a glimpse of high school life.
Collegiate open house events give students and parents the opportunity to visit one or several schools, learn about the programs and unique opportunities...
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Report to Community shares stories of student learning, success

December 09, 2019
Stories of learning, achievement, and student success fill the pages of Saskatoon Public Schools' Report to Community for 2018-19. The annual publication, which recognizes the work of students, staff and schools and illustrates the ways in which the school division strives to provide inspiring learning each and every day, can be...

School division reports enrolment increase of almost 600 students

November 12, 2019
Saskatoon Public Schools recorded its 11th consecutive year of enrolment growth with 25,808 students registered in kindergarten to Grade 12, an increase of 599 students from 2018.
As of Sept. 30, there were 17,139 students attending the division's elementary schools and 8,669 attending secondary schools. Trustees were told during the Nov....
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Colleen MacPherson elected Board of Education chair

November 06, 2019
Colleen MacPherson has been elected as board chair for Saskatoon Public Schools for the 2019-20 academic year.
MacPherson was elected to the position by her fellow trustees during the board's inaugural meeting held Nov. 5. First elected as a trustee in 2009, she has served as vice-chair of the board four...
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A new vision for student success at Saskatoon Public Schools

October 21, 2019
​ Every student is known, valued, and believed in.  That is the vision of Saskatoon Public Schools, created as part of the school division’s new strategic plan.  "This plan is focused on students, above all else. It begins with a vision of what we want to achieve for every young person...
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Build your house with the High School Carpentry Apprenticeship Program

September 25, 2019
The High School Carpentry Apprenticeship Program (HCAP) at Mount Royal Collegiate is offering the opportunity to have your house or cottage built by HCAP students. If you are interested in building or purchasing a new home or cottage, you will experience significant construction savings and also be a part of supporting...
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Orange Shirt Day message shared through student-designed shirt

September 23, 2019
When Saskatoon Public Schools students, staff and families pull an orange T-shirt over their heads on Sept. 30 they will be wearing art created by a student. Following a call for submissions a design by Eileen Knox of Marion M. Graham Collegiate was chosen to recognize Orange Shirt Day in schools...

High school students begin year with full day of classes Sept. 3

August 07, 2019
Saskatoon Public Schools' collegiates are welcoming high school students and families back to school with the first day of classes set for Tuesday, Sept. 3.
New students in Grade 9-12 or current high school students who have not yet registered for fall classes should contact the Student Services office at the collegiate of their choice...

Saskatoon Public Schools, Saskatoon Tribal Council sign agreement

June 27, 2019
​ A new agreement to deliver "reconciliation in education" will focus on the development of programs, services and opportunities to revitalize the presence of First Nations culture and language in Saskatoon Public Schools classrooms. The five-year agreement between Saskatoon Public Schools and Saskatoon Tribal Council (STC) was signed June 28 and...
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Former student honours teachers who helped him reach his potential

June 06, 2019
The efforts of two high school teachers to encourage and support students have been recognized with the Loran Scholars Foundation's Teachers Building Leaders Award.
Kevin Shmyr of Mount Royal Collegiate and Adam Peters, now at Evan Hardy Collegiate, were nominated for the award by Tanner Zekonic, a 2015 Loran Scholar and...
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Commitment to students at centre of division's new strategic plan

June 05, 2019
Academic excellence, character, engagement, and well-being of students are at the heart of Saskatoon Public Schools new strategic plan. "Our school division is not only starting a new year, but we are beginning a new journey. Starting right now, we are following our new strategic plan. This strategic plan makes clear what...
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Move To Grow Week encourages students, families to get active

May 09, 2019
Saskatoon Public Schools is celebrating Move to Grow Week, May 13-16, and families are being invited to help us celebrate by planning an active start to the school day.
More to Grow encourages students and families to use active transportation options such as walking or cycling for their commute to and...

School division to receive increase in operational grant for 2019-20

April 16, 2019
​ Saskatoon Public Schools will receive a 1.5 per cent increase in provincial education funding, according to information presented during the April 9 Board of Education meeting. In the wake of the recent provincial budget, trustees heard the school division will receive an operating grant of $229.8 million 2019-20. That is an increase...
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MRC BRC TDC Powwow

April 02, 2019
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Families have important role in encouraging regular school attendance

March 19, 2019
Mount Royal Collegiate believes every student has potential. But to succeed in school and in life, students need to show up. Regular attendance is a strong predictor of student success. Being present fosters engagement, builds relationships and creates a sense of belonging — elements that fuel a learner's confidence and drive to finish.  Saskatoon...

Students encouraged to #BeSomeonesHero during Pink Week

February 26, 2019
Saskatoon Public Schools is committed to creating safe, caring and accepting learning and work environments. It is our goal to work together with parents/caregivers/guardians and community partners to support students as they develop moral values, display ethical conduct, and achieve to the best of their ability.
Our school division will be...

Board of Education approves school-year calendar for 2019-20

February 13, 2019
Students in Saskatoon Public Schools will begin the 2019-20 school year immediately following the Labour Day weekend. The first day of classes for students in both elementary and high school will be Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019, according to the school year calendar approved by the Board of Education during its meeting held Feb....

Mount Royal team helps students establish their learning goals

January 09, 2019
Mount Royal Collegiate’s comprehensive school programming combines rigorous academics with a full complement of practical and applied courses in the arts and trades.
Our Grade 9 program at Mount Royal sees a small group of staff work together as a team in setting goals and developing the academic program to...
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Board of Education learns how project recognizes Métis history

December 03, 2018
​ A unique partnership between Aden Bowman Collegiate, Saskatoon Transit and the Métis community was highlighted during the Celebrating Excellence portion of the Nov. 27 Board of  Education meeting. 
A bus shelter located at the school was transformed into a piece of art that recognizes the history of the school’s location...
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School division reports enrolment increase of more than 300 students

November 01, 2018
​ Saskatoon Public Schools recorded its 10th consecutive year of enrolment growth with 25,209 students registered in kindergarten to Grade 12, an increase of 318 students from 2017.
As of Sept. 30, there were 16,251 students attending the division’s elementary schools and 8,654 attending secondary schools.
Trustees were told during the...
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Saskatoon Public Schools renews literacy focus, leads citizenship education

October 29, 2018
Saskatoon Public Schools is "open to all" – our classrooms are welcoming learning environments where teachers guide students to build a foundation for a bright and healthy future. These lessons begin by first introducing the foundations of literacy to our youngest learners. This year, Saskatoon Public Schools has refined its focus...
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Community input helps shape Board of Education's strategic plan

October 10, 2018
Members of Saskatoon Public Schools' school communities were asked for their ideas and opinions in order to inform the Board of Education as it refreshes its strategic plan and ensure the division's focus and goals reflect the needs of our evolving community. 
The online survey conducted during the spring of 2018 through ThoughtExchange gave families...
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Teaching students what it means to be "Open to All"

August 29, 2018
With a guiding principle of being "open to all," Saskatoon Public Schools is creating welcoming classrooms and educating students about the powerful importance of citizenship education for the future of our society.
Through citizenship education, the school division aims to create empathetic, respectful, action-oriented students who will employ their learning in the...

Saskatoon Board of Education passes 2018-19 budget

June 20, 2018
​ The Saskatoon Board of Education passed its budget for the 2018-19 academic year during a meeting held June 19. The budget includes expenses of $267.7 million, an increase of $8.2 million over last year.
“We’ve had another difficult budget year, where enrolment growth and the needs of our students have outpaced the...
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POW WOW

May 01, 2018
Grand Entry: 10:00, Dance Competitions, Drum Competitions
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Mount Royal students examine social issues that affect their lives

March 29, 2018
When students in Mount Royal Collegiate's Indigenous Studies 30 classroom were asked to examine the social issues that affect their lives and community, they turned the focus on their school. "A major outcome in Indigenous Studies 30 is looking at social development," said teacher Jody Lerat, who is from Cowessess First...
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Students tell trustees how e-journalism supports learning, reconciliation

March 15, 2018
A unique partnership between Aden Bowman Collegiate and the Constable Robin Cameron Education Complex (CRCEC) at Beardy's and Okemasis Cree Nation is giving students a new voice. The Celebrating Excellence portion of the March 13 Board of Education meeting saw students and staff from Aden Bowman Collegiate joined with counterparts from...
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Graduation Information Meeting

March 12, 2018
Parents/Guardians Graduation Information Meeting – Thursday, March 22, 2018, at 5:30pm, in the Innovation Station.
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School division, CUMFI renew partnership on Métis teachings

January 30, 2018
​ Central Urban Métis Federation Inc. (CUMFI) and Saskatoon Public Schools have signed a new partnership to formalize their work to bring Métis history and teachings to all students in the school division.
An event held Jan. 30 at Westmount Community School saw representatives from both organizations sign a Memorandum of Understanding. While...

Academics, applied learning provide unique student opportunities

January 15, 2018
Mount Royal Collegiate is located in the heart of Saskatoon's west side and is a diverse community with numerous opportunities as our comprehensive school programing combines rigorous academics with a full complement of practical and applied courses in the arts and trades. We are the only high school in Western Canada that...
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Math education aims to foster mathematical mindset among students

October 15, 2017
Math education is one of the building blocks of a student’s education, starting with sorting and counting such blocks from a young age. For more than a decade, the Board of Education for Saskatoon Public Schools has made Literacy for Life a strategic priority, building students’ ability to read and write...
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Open house set for Feb. 7 helps Grade 8 students prepare for high school

December 20, 2016
Mount Royal Collegiate's comprehensive school programing combines rigorous academics with a full complement of practical and applied courses in the arts and trades. An open house scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 7, at 7 p.m. will allow current Grade 8 students and their families to learn more about Centennial Collegiate, its programs...
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HCAP hands house keys to Whitecap Dakota First Nation

June 16, 2016
Students in the High School Carpentry Apprenticeship Program (HCAP) at Mount Royal Collegiate have handed over the keys to a new house for the Whitecap Dakota First Nation.  This is the sixth HCAP house to be provided to Whitecap through a partnership with the school division. Chief Darcy Bear from Whitecap Dakota...
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Mount Royal students share Skills Canada story with trustees

May 24, 2016
Carlene Lummerding spent weeks perfecting the dishes on which she would be judged on as part of the cooking category during the Skills Canada Saskatchewan competition held in April.   Mussels Provençale, pork tenderloin with dauphinoise potatoes and carrots with lemon and thyme, and a carrot cake with cream cheese icing...
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Mount Royal Evening Classes

August 27, 2015


​Registration for eveniing classes Please fill out the attached form and drop off or fax to Mount Royal Collegiate, Student Services. 2015-2016 Evening Classes Registration Mount Royal.pdf ...
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Mount Royal Student Speaks About Jumpstart Hockey Trip to Calgary

May 11, 2015


​Mount Royal's Matthew Carlson and Coach Kris Street were recently invited onto CBC Radio One on Thursday May 7 to speak about their upcoming trip to Calgary to watch the Calgary Flames and Anaheim Ducks in Game 4.  The all expenses paid trip was provided to the Mount Royal hockey team by...
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Mount Royal Powwow 2015

April 30, 2015
    Come and join the Mount Royal community at the annual powwow featuring the festival of nations.  A concession and craft shops will be there with plenty of hand-made artifacts.  The grand entry begins at 10am on the football field at Mount Royal Collegiate.  
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Mount Royal 6th Annual Show and Shine Car Show

April 28, 2015
​   Come check out a variety of classic and modern cars from students, staff, and the community at Mount Royal.  There will be a concesssion and door prizes.  There is no admission and no entry fee to submit your vehicle.  Project cars are also welcome. The show runs from 10am-3pm.  Come...
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Welcome to Mount Royal Collegiate Opening Day

June 12, 2013
Welcome to our opening day events for Mount Royal Collegiate. We're pleased to have you with us and want to see you back as soon as possible.

Announcement Archive

School division will require staff to show proof of vaccination or test status

October 07, 2021

Saskatoon Public Schools is committed to protecting the health and well-being of our students and staff members. As such, the school division is currently developing an administrative procedure on employee vaccinations. This administrative procedure will require all staff members to show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or provide...
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Every Child Matters flag flies over board office

September 28, 2021
On a sunny September morning, a small group of school division employees gathered on a rooftop to make history.
In a ceremony led by Don Speidel, the cultural resource liaison for Saskatoon Public Schools, the school division raised the Every Child Matters flag atop the Board of Education office. Located at...
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Schools working to ReConnect with students, families

September 13, 2021
Back to school is an opportunity for schools, students, and families to ReConnect.
As schools begin 2021-22 school year, Saskatoon Public Schools is offering additional resources and supports to help students reengage with their learning following a challenging year of learning. The COVID-19 pandemic saw many students and families lose their...

Saskatoon Public Schools recognizing National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

September 10, 2021
Saskatoon Public Schools is committed to recognizing the importance of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30. The school division is moving the professional development/planning day for teachers scheduled for Oct. 8 to Sept. 30. This means there will be no classes for all prekindergarten to Grade 12...
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Saskatoon Public Schools releases back-to-school handbooks

August 23, 2021
Saskatoon Public Schools has released its plan that outlines the school division's commitment to providing safe learning and working environments for our students and staff members. "Guidance from local public health officials continues to provide necessary guidance for our operational decisions at both the elementary and collegiate levels," said Director of...