• Let Summer Reading be Your Family Adventure

    reading summer picEasy ways to make summer reading your family adventure:

    • Take books along on outings. Pack books in your beach bag, picnic basket or in the car.
    • Read together. At bedtime or snack time, take the time to share a story.
    • Visit the library. A wonderful (and free) place full of adventures yet to be discovered.

    Prairie South Schools - Reading Together!

  • Clara Hughes Big Ride stops at Peacock Collegiate - watch here

    claras-rideWatch Canada's six-time cycling and speed-skating Olympic medallist Clara Hughes speak at Peacock Collegiate this morning! Her presentation is taking place at 10:30am in the Centennial Auditorium and last approximately one hour. Click here to watch the live stream feed.

    If you would like to learn more about Clara's Big Ride, sponsored by Bell Media, please refer to this information package.

  • Provincial Track and Field this weekend at Gutheridge Field

    Track and field goldProvincial Track and Field is underway this weekend at Prairie South's Gutheridge Field! Come out and cheer on our talented athletes as they compete in high jump, shot put, pole vault, triple jump and many more.

    Congratulations to Rouleau School Grade 12 student Elizabeth C. as she receives a gold medal in senior girls' triple jump. The first of many #PSS210 gold medals this weekend. Way to go Elizabeth!



  • Lindale School Peep and Poop Fundraiser!

    chicksThe Lindale SCC, along with the students in 1A, 1P and 1-2C, are holding a fundraiser for the playground!

    Eggs are currently being incubated in Mrs. Shillington's room and scheduled to hatch on May 21 (chicks) and May 28 (ducks).  On May 29, the school will be having a "poop party". It's simple, this is animal poop bingo! People purchase squares on a grid, the chick or duckling is placed on a larger grid, and wherever the animals poops, the person who bought that # wins a prize.

    Fundraiser poop party in a nutshell:

    3 pools: Student pool (tickets $1) General population (tickets $5) and Corporate pool (tickets $50).  Each pool has an assortment of AMAZING prizes.

    This is a fun and exciting way for Lindale School to raise money for a school program.  Let's all pitch in to support Lindale School!

  • City of Moose Jaw Summer Programs are here

    With summer just around the corner, it's time to start planning your family adventures and programs.  Start by checking out the city of Moose Jaw summer programs guide, available online here.

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