• Elder Noel Starblanket at Peacock Collegiate

    Elder Noel Starblanket talks about treaties, residential schools at Peacock Collegiate.

    After "many, many decades" of working for treaty advocacy, teaching students about it is a "crowning achievement for me," he said. On Friday morning, he spoke to the student body of Peacock Collegiate.

    "I often say to our young leaders and young Aboriginal children, First Nations children, that we have had to pay a price for this education, for this moment to happen and it was painful, but it's very rewarding to see it bearing fruit that the awareness is now coming," said Starblanket following his presentation.

    Click here for the full story, courtesy of Lisa Goudy, Moose Jaw Times Herald.

  • Spring Break fun at the Kinsmen Sportsplex

    Looking for fun activities for the kids for the upcoming Spring Break? Check out the Kinsmen Sportsplex! Click here for full details.


  • Brainia Mania

    Brainia Mania: Pathways developed through puzzles: Prairie South students learn about the brain!  Read the full story here.

    Article courtesy of Nathan Liewicki, Moose Jaw Times Herald.

  • 2014/2015 School Registration


    School Tours and parent information night for all Moose Jaw Public High Schools

    THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 2014     

    5:30pm – 9:00pm

    This event is for all grade 8 students and their parents/guardians. The purpose is to provide information to assist your decision in high school registration for the 2014-15 school year. If you have questions, please contact your local school or the high schools:

    A. E. Peacock Collegiate 693-4626, Mr. Dustin Swanson, Principal

    Central Collegiate 693-4691, Mr. Scott Williamson, Principal

    Riverview Collegiate 693-1331, Mr. Don Meyer, Principal

    Caronport High School is currently inviting applications for the 2014/2015 school year (click here to apply online). Private tours of the high school campus can be arranged by calling Monica at 756-3298. All interested students and parents are welcome to attend "Experience CHS" on March 28, 2014 from 9am – 4pm; please click here to register online or by phone 756-3298.

    Cornerstone Christian School will be hosting an open house for any families wanting a tour or more information about what our high school has to offer.  The open house will take place March 26th from 5:30-7:00.  Guests are welcome to stay for a special "Hunter Brothers" Concert in the Cornerstone Chapel at 7:00.  For more information please call Wendy at 693-2937 ext 235.  School registration forms can be found online by visiting our website


    Children ages three and four are eligible for Prekindergarten (must be three years of age as of school start up).  Classes begin September 2014.  Schools will hold pre-registration from March 7 - April 4, 2014, during regular school hours.

    Empire, Ms. Jill Tressel 692-3903

    King George, Mr. Ward Milligan 692-3908

    Palliser Heights (English Early Learning Program), YMCA 690-8908

    Palliser Heights (French Immersion), Mr. Jonathan McLean 693-4669

    Prince Arthur, Mr. Warren Marcotte 692-3904

    Sunningdale, Mr. Steve Michaluk 693-9433

    Westmount, Mr. Dan Orescanin 694-5999

    William Grayson, Mr. Bruce Fritzler 692-4659

    Assiniboia 7th Ave, Mr. Bill Lothian 642-3566

    Lafleche Central, Mr. Brian Ruthven 472-3192

    Lindale, Ms. Heather Gobbitt 692-4926


    Students who are five years of age by December 31, 2014, are eligible. Birth Certificate and/or Saskatchewan Health Card (proof of age) should be presented.  Classes begin September, 2014.

    Schools outside of the Moose Jaw area will hold registration March 12 - April 4, 2013, during regular school hours.

    Assiniboia 7th Ave



    Caronport Elementary

    Central Butte







    Kincaid Central

    Lafleche Central






    Schools in the Moose Jaw area will hold registration March 12 - April 4, 2013, during regular school hours.

    Cornerstone Christian


    King George


    Palliser Heights (English and French Immersion)

    Prince Arthur



    William Grayson

  • Aboriginal Storytelling event draws hundreds of Prairie South students

    For Aboriginals, storytelling is both a gift and an old custom sanctioned by the people to teach, entertain and remember.

    On Thursday, about 1,500 students, teachers and educational assistants from schools in the Prairie South School Division (PSSD) were at YaraCentre for the first Aboriginal Storytelling event.

    For the full story in the Moose Jaw Times Herald, click here.

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