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  • VCS Track and Field Season
    Track season is underway! Ms. Hackl has an excellent program with roughly 15 students that come out to participate. Practices are held Monday mornings at 7:30 am, Wednesdays after school, and noon hours on Days 1 and 5. Training includes: dynamics, inte Full Story...
  • Viscount Central School Movie Night
    At the end of March, the Sr. SRC put on a movie night in the gym. The first movie put on for younger students was “Big Hero 6”, and started at 7:00 pm. The second movie, “ The Maze Runner” played at 9:00 pm. There was no admission, but kids Full Story...
  • Neal Hughes Speaks at Muenster School
    On the afternoon of April 16, Neal Hughes, Saskatchewan Roughrider fullback and two-time Grey Cup champion, visited Muenster School to share an anti-bullying message with groups of students from K-12. In his talk, Neal spoke out against bullying and share Full Story...
  • Foam Lake Elementary School March Events
    March was a very busy month at the Foam Lake Elementary School. On March 2nd, 5th, and 17th we had charity events. These charity events included a Soup Lunch for the Wynyard Food Bank where students had to bring cans in and received soup in return that Full Story...
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THIS WEEK IN HORIZON (April 13 -17, 2015)
Kevin C. Garinger – Director of Education

Welcome back, everyone. I trust you had a restful week off. As I sat to write this edition of “TWIH”, I reflected on my most recent travels throughout our province. I was driving back from Regina on Friday and noticed that there were small snow piles on the sides of banks and in the wooded areas just hanging on as if to remind me that winter is not that far removed. The changes from white to brown in our country-side, made me reflect on the processes of change we have seen in Horizon. Although it may feel that spring has come overnight, I am reminded that all change takes time and that even the smallest changes, such as that I saw on the banks or in the woods, is still necessary to complete the process. It is also true of our work with our students that each of us will make the smallest changes in order to move forward with the learning process. As we anticipate trees, grass and bushes changing from brown to green, we look forward in the same way to the possibilities of tremendous growth in our students’ learning.


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