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Elementary programs offer unique experiences to students

February 22, 2021

uniqueelem_news.jpgFour programs that offer Saskatoon Public Schools' elementary students specialized learning experiences are accepting applications for the 2021-22 school year.

Four programs for Grade 8 students — Creative Action, Ecoquest, ScienceTrek and Let's Lead - Nīkānētān — engage students in a learning opportunity filled with unique, hands-on experiences. The programs are open to any Saskatoon Public Schools' student however students must apply to be a part of the programs.

Creative Action at North Park Wilson School that welcomes students who have shown leadership potential and a desire to cultivate their passion in the arts to make a difference in their community. Students collaborate with a variety of artists/partnerships while working on curriculum in a creative and experiential classroom. Application deadline is April 30, 2021.

The Ecoquest program is based at City Park School, but its mobile classroom approach to education allows students to experience everyday adventures while learning in urban and wilderness settings. Learning experiences are based on seasons, student ability, and the focus of study. Application deadline is April 30, 2021.

Based at Westmount Community School, Let's Lead—Nīkānētān is a full-year program for students who want to learn through hands-on, out-of-school experiences. The program is particularly geared toward students who have leadership potential but may not have been able to develop it due to financial barriers. Application deadline is April 30, 2021.

ScienceTrek combines hands-on science opportunities with outdoor pursuits to create an exciting learning environment. Located at Montgomery School, ScienceTrek is a field-based science program created to inspire students to grow academically, socially, personally, and culturally. Application deadline is April 30, 2021.

More information on Saskatoon Public Schools unique programs for elementary students is available on the program websites. Information on these programs and other unique learning opportunities in Saskatoon Public Schools is also available in our Unique Programs Handbook