• Heart of the City Piano Program Spring Piano Recital

    When: Monday June 3, 2013 at 7:00 pm

    Where: Zion United Church, 423 - Main Street N

    Featuring students from:

    Empire Community School, Prince Arthur Community School, Riverview Collegiate, Westmount School and Palliser Heights


    A small donation as admission would be appreciated.

  • First Nations, Inuit and Metis Leadership Development Program

    FNIM leadershipPrairie South Schools is offering the opportunity for children and youth to learn more about their culture and self-identity through an 8 week Leadership Development Program.  The program promotes the enhancement of Aboriginal youth leadership skills, community connections; broaden their understanding of Medicine Wheel concepts, traditional ceremonies and its protocols. The program is offered under the direction of Jeff Cappo and Lynette Fisher.

    Students from Empire, King George, Riverview, Westmount, and William Grayson are taking part the FNIM Leadership Development Program and currently meet at Empire school Thursday evenings from 6 -7:30pm. 

    For further information please contact Vivian Gauvin at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

  • Cornerstone Christian School - Provincial One Act Champions

    CCSThis weekend Cornerstone Christian School won Best overall Production at the Saskatchewan Drama Association's Provincial Drama Festival with Admissions Directed by Rosalie Donnelly-Rheaume assisted Abby Falk, Featuring Rosalie Donnelly-Rheaume, Martha Shareski, and Chantal Morin, Stage manager Amanda Geradts, Lights - Ben Dups, Crew Samantha Slessor. Amanda Geradts also winning Best Stage Manager, Rosalie winning an Acting award and Chantal winning an Acting Certificate. Ben Dups won a well-deserved technical award for lighting under extreme circumstances! Congratulations to All the students and a Special thank you to Joy Falk for being their inspirational Teacher Supervisor.

    ADMISSIONS by Colleen Neuman - Presented by Cornerstone Christian School - This moving drama had a very clear message about Heaven and God that left the audience with a very warm feeling inside long after the lights came down. All told, it was the perfect way to end the festival. Very simply staged, the focus was on the acting, and all 3 actresses in the play were exceptional. I remembered one of the actors, Chantal Morin, from her performance 4 years ago at Provincials in the play A Thousand Cranes. Here she took on 4 separate roles, but it wasn't until after the play and I had looked in the program that I realized they had all been played by the same person. The simplicity of the production added immeasurably to the overall impact it had on the audience. The last line of the play takes a moment to sink in, and I know there were many teary eyes in the house when the lights came up for the curtain call.

    After the performances came the final adjudications, immediately followed by the awards ceremony. Congratulations to Cornerstone Christian School for taking home Best Overall Production for Admissions!

    As posted on Bradley Haywards blogspot.

  • Cyber Empowerment Presentation at Peacock Collegiate

    Parents, educators, students...everyone welcome!

    Join internationally renowned speaker Dr. Alec Couros at the Cyber Empowerment Presentation. This free presentation is designed for parents, educators, students, and community members who want to learn more about the ways that youth use technology and how to work together to stop cyber-bullying.

    Wednesday, April 24 at Peacock Collegiate. 7:30pm!

  • GES Student Captures Provincial Title

    GESTGravelbourg Elementary School student, Alaric E., has captured the provincial title in the Canadian Scholastic Challenge

    Alaric was among more than 3,000 Grade six students from across Canada that participated in the Canadian Scholastic Challenge this year. The competition comprised 100 questions from six categories: General Knowledge (i.e. food, art, sports, music, current events, entertainment, mythology, etc.), Language and Literature, Social Studies (Geography and History), Science, and Mathematics. The questions were not related to a specific curriculum, but were selected to reflect the general knowledge and educational levels expected of Grade six students.

    Alaric gained top spot in Saskatchewan with a score 30 points above the national average. Well done Alaric!

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