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When the trees...

The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed January 27, 2022, as Family Literacy Day and January 23 to 29, 2022, as Family Literacy Week in Saskatchewan. The week provides opportunities for communities,...

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Learning from Home...

Many students are finding themselves returning to learning at home and the Sun West Resource Bank is ready to help! The Resource Bank is the first stop for students looking for help as they make the transition...

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Award-winning book...

Makaika’s Costume is the 2021 winner of the Canadian Children’s Book Centre TD Grade One Book Giveaway and was a source of inspiration for some students at Rossville School. Written by Nadia Hohn and...

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MOST RECENT VERSION OF THE SUN WEST SAFE SCHOOLS PLAN

On September 28, 2021, Sun West released the most recent version of its Safe Schools Plan. Click here for more information.

The Ministries of Health and Education have requested that school divisions post the following QR code and link on their websites. The QR code and link provide access to times and locations of COVID-19 vaccination clinics including for individuals between 5 and 11 years of age.


SUN WEST SEEKING SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS

Sun West offers a competitive salary, pension and benefits and provides free hands-on training as well as reimbursement for driver exams that candidates pass. We are currently looking for route drivers for Kindersley, Elrose, Dinsmore, Plenty and Outlook and we are always looking for spare drivers. If you are interested, contact Mike at transportation@sunwestsd.ca

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LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The Sun West School Division acknowledges that we are on Treaty 6 and Treaty 4 territories.

This land that we share has long been home to the Cree, Saulteaux, Nakoda, Lakota, Dakota peoples and the Métis.

We who live on, learn from and care for this land and water recognize the ancestors who have walked before us as well as the generations to come.

We make this acknowledgement as an act of reconciliation to reaffirm our relationship to one another.

We are committed to learning together.

Above view a video showing how Land Acknowledgement represents the Indigenous connections to the land.

Click here to learn more about the Land Acknowledgment Statement and its importance.