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    Cadet Warrant Officer Noelle Proznick from Wishart, SK, who parades with 2271 Pipestone (Wadena) Army Cadets and attends School at Wynyard Composite High School, received the Major General W.A. Howard Medal for the Top Army Cadet in the Province on Wednes Full Story...
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  • We Are All Wildcats
    Wildcat pride, two words that shaped the day of a new Winston High School. On Wednesday September 23rd the staff of Winston held the first ever Student Day, a day dedicated to a wave of change in Winston. It was a day unlike any day in Winston history. Full Story...
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THIS WEEK IN HORIZON (September 28 – October 2, 2015)
Kevin C. Garinger – Director of Education

We have entered month two of the school year and I could not be prouder of the accomplishments we have already enjoyed. Fountas and Pinnell reading assessments wrapped up last week and I am excited for this data to show us where we are and where we can improve. I was in Lethbridge, Alberta, last Monday and Tuesday attending to matters relating to my previous role with Palliser Regional School Division. The Board of Horizon School Division agreed to allow me to act as an officer of the Palliser Board during a legal dispute. While I was away, our Writer-In-Residence, Sigmund Brouwer, wrapped up his fall tour of our Horizon schools and presentations to all students in grades 3 to 9 (in some cases up, grades 1-12 were involved). His presentations at Cudworth and Lake Lenore on Monday and Winston High and Lanigan Central on Tuesday were engaging for our students who attended and I would like to thank Sigmund for sharing his passion and excitement for literacy. I know I can speak for our students and staff when I say that we are all looking forward to the year ahead and the many opportunities to have Sigmund, in concert with the work of our staff, inspire our students in reading and writing.  


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