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    March at Imperial School was looking an awful lot like spring up until this week. The month zoomed by as months tend to do and featured events such as the 7-12 Wake-O-Thon, Choral Speaking, Shamrock Shake Day, Twin Day, the Clover Day, and an upcoming sc Full Story...
  • VCS We Day Bake Sale
    On March 18th, The Sr. SRC as well as any students who went to We Day, put on a bake sale. In order to go to We Day every year, students are required to do something positive within their school to help give back. This year we chose to give the chil Full Story...
  • LCHS Renovations
    As many students and staff have said on the Tell Them from Me survey, our school at the Lanigan Central High needs a few updates/renovations. Well the school is finally getting a few things done, they won't be too major but will require change in the scho Full Story...
  • GGEC Students Attend FSIN Science Fair and Place 3rd!
    Written by Sylvia Nagy Originally published in the Indigenous Times: Have you ever wondered how paper airplanes fly? Have you ever wondered what the best material is for cleaning up an oil spill? Have you ever wondered which mascara really can give you, Full Story...
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THIS WEEK IN HORIZON (March 16 - 20, 2015)
Kevin C. Garinger – Director of Education

I want to begin this week by thanking each of you in Horizon School Division. At our collaborative learning day, we were given some hard news that came out of our literacy assessments. What I noticed about the sharing of our literacy data is that there has been no blaming…no excuses. There is simply a resolve to address our results and an appreciation that, in knowing our results, we are better able to respond proactively and in new and different ways in support of our students. It is the way we respond to difficult news that sets us apart and makes the ultimate difference moving forward. The assessments each of our teachers performed didn’t create the circumstances…they created the awareness that things need to change. Over the years, we have been good teachers doing good work but somehow that good work has resulted in the deficit we saw in our data. This deficit didn’t happen this year or even over the last few years. It is not the result of a group of weak teachers doing poor work, or even a weak group of students or a full moon. It is a systemic matter that has been brought to light by the work of each of us and because of the work of each of us, our students will improve.






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