At Sun West, students get voice and choice while learning in ways that complement their strengths, challenges them and enhances their creativity, problem solving and self-awareness.
Social media is often full of gloom and endless warnings but Kenaston students are using social media to spread some good news!
When Saskatchewan schools were closed on March 20, Eric, Brady and Emily...
Just prior to the pause, a Talking to Youth Live (TTYL) event was held in Outlook.On March 12 nearly 100 grade eight students from Outlook, Davidson, Kenaston and Loreburn participated in TTYL events and games...3 days ago
Kiley, a grade five student from Lucky Lake School, found a way to continue learning even after all Saskatchewan schools closed on March 20. Working with...6 days ago
The Sun West School Division acknowledges that it sits upon Treaty Six and Treaty Four Territory and the School Division is the beneficiary of these peace and friendship treaties.
Treaty Six and Four encompass the traditional territories of the Cree, Dene, Nakota, Saulteaux, Ojibwe, Dakota, Nakota, Lakota and the homeland of the Métis Nation. We are dedicated to ensuring that the spirit of reconciliation and Treaty Six and Four are honoured and respected. This acknowledgement also reaffirms our relationship with one another.
From Kindergarten to Grade 12, you choose how, when and where learning aligns with your interests, lifestyle and schedule. Then we provide the resources and support that you can access when and where it works for you. Expand your classes with Sun West. Learn at a pace and place of your choosing.