Drug Awareness

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Phoenix Academy Robotics Club takes over Calgary

Robo Dawgs were always there to lend a helping hand.

Meeting a team from Poland.

 

Special thank you to all of the wonderful sponsors that make this event possible for our students. Our students and staff would like to give a heart felt thank  you to each and everyone one of you.

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City of Moose Jaw Public Announcement

PSA slump zone Apr 11.17

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Moose Jaw Soccer Association Registration Brochure

MJSA Outdoor 2017 Brochure

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Questions about kids and substance abuse???

drug poster (3)

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Whooping Cough info from FHHR Moose Jaw

Good afternoon,

As many of you may have heard, there has been an outbreak of Whooping Cough (Pertussis) in the city of Moose Jaw. Dr. Mark Vooght, Chief Medical Officer for Five Hills Health Region, has indicated that there are a number of confirmed Whooping Cough cases involving school aged children. Holy Trinity would like to direct you to the FHHR website for information regarding the outbreak. Please click on the following link to access important information about Whooping Cough:

https://www.fhhr.ca/index.htm

Thank you and if you have any questions, feel free to contact the Five Hills Health Region.

Sincerely,

Dave DePape

Superintendent of Human Resources and Operations

 

Dave DePape B.Ed, M.Ed, MCHRAE

Superintendent of Human Resources and Operations

Holy Trinity Catholic School Division #22

Moose Jaw, SK

(306)691-2402

www.htcsd.ca

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Saskatchewan Education Governance Review

Perrins Governance Review Report

Dear Parents:

As you may have heard on the news, the Minister of Education, Don Morgan asked for help from an outside agency to look into how Saskatchewan’s K-12 education sector can achieve the outcomes established by Saskatchewan’s Plan for Growth and the Education Sector Strategic Plan.  Dan Perrins carried out a study that gave three options: consolidate 18 existing school boards into a single provincial public school board, establish four regional public boards or create new boundaries for between 8-14 public school division.  Even though these options do not directly affect Catholic School Division due to protection for minority faith education in the constitution, Catholic School Divisions will be also be potentially impacted by loss of local representation and possible amalgamation.

Here are some of possibly challenges to your school and Holy Trinity Catholic School Division:

-during the transition to larger school divisions, the focus might be on restructuring instead of focussing on students, the last restructuring happened 10 years ago and it took five years for operations to run smoothly

-loss of a local voice and understanding of local issues due to larger divisions and possibly government appointed board members

-lack of understanding of rural versus urban issues

-more involvement of government into budget and spending decisions (staffing and infrastructure) which may not be in alignment with individual school needs.

These are just a few of the issues.  A copy of the Perrins report is attached to this email for your information.

You as a parent have a chance to voice your opinions in an online submissions form at http://www.saskatchewan.ca/government/public-consultations/share-your-thoughts-on-the-k-12-education-governance-review or by email at: K12govconsultations@gov.sk.ca

Holy Trinity Board of Education has shared this information with all schools early in January and would like to let parents know that they can make a difference.  We ask you to consider having your voice heard at this time of potential change as to how you want to be represented and the structure of your child/ren’s school division.  Both of these changes will undoubtedly have an impact your child/dren’s school.  Please make your voice heard BEFORE January 23.

Thank you,

Joann Blazieko, Board Chair

Holy Trinity Catholic School

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Holy Trinity AGM Meeting has been announced.

AGM Announcement

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Robotics Club Kicks Off

The process can be long and tedious but the rewards great. Phoenix Academy’s robotics club kicked off last weekend. The students and staff are excited to get the ball rolling.

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Royal Canadian Museum

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