Prairie Spirit School Division (PSSD) Board Chair, Larry Pavloff, was awarded a Life Membership in the Saskatchewan School Boards Association (SSBA) at its annual general meeting in Regina on November 13.
This award is given to individuals who served on the SSBA’s provincial executive over a number of years. Continue reading “Pavloff awarded Life Membership in SSBA”→
The sweet sounds of children’s choirs marked the official grand opening of two new elementary schools in Warman on Monday, September 18.
Provincial Education Minister Bronwyn Eyre, Traditions Elementary School Principal Scott Dyck, and Holy Trinity Catholic School Principal Ed Brockman, with the help of two students from each school, unveiled twin plaques at a ceremony in the large gymnasium shared by both schools.
Hundreds of students assembled in the gym for the history-making occasion.
Martensville-Warman MLA Nancy Heppner told the assembly the spacious new facility marks a big change from the crowded classrooms that students in Warman experienced a decade ago.
“Warman is growing very quickly,” said Heppner. “And it’s important to manage that growth and provide positive learning spaces.” Continue reading “Traditions Elementary, Holy Trinity hold grand opening”→
Teachers who are passionate about learning can have a life-long impact on their students, according to Larry Pavloff, chair of the Prairie Spirit School Division (PSSD) board of education.
“Teaching is a profession where you really need to have a passion for education,” said Pavloff. “If you can get your students excited about learning, then they will respond.”
Speaking at the Prairie Spirit Teachers Association (PSTA) annual assembly at Warman High School on Monday, August 28, Pavloff said the new school year promises to be both challenging and rewarding.
“These are exciting times in education,” said Pavloff. “All of us are being asked to do more with fewer resources. It’s difficult work; but it’s important work.” Continue reading “Teachers make a difference in students’ lives, says Pavloff”→