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Civic Holiday
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Registration Day
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Registration Day 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Academics

St. Philip would like to welcome all new K – Grade 8 students and their families to our school to register before the start of the school year on Monday, August 29th preferably from 8:30 am to 10:00 am.

Parents are welcome to come into our front office to register and meet our Administration and our Office Coordinator.

At St. Philip School, we always want to make sure your child is set up for success. In order to do this, it is important for the Principal or Vice Principal to meet with parents or guardians to begin developing a relationship of cooperation in the education of our students.

If you are unable to attend on August 29th and you would still like to register your child(ren), please email our School Office Coordinator, Mrs. Lockert, at st.philip@gscs.ca or contact the school directly at 306-659-7450.

Welcome to the St. Philip School Family!

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8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Classes Begin
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Classes Begin All Day
First/Last Day of School

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Labour Day - No School
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Labour Day - No School All Day
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Orange Shirt Day (observed)
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Orange Shirt Day (observed) All Day
Community

Because there is no school on September 30, the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, we will observe Orange Shirt Day on Sept. 29.

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Our School Mission

"Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools are to assist students to interpret social and human relationships in the light of the social teachings of the Catholic Church.
With God as our creator, advisor, and friend, Saint Philip School provides a nurturing atmosphere where we as a faith community can grow academically secure, socially just, and spiritually fulfilled.
Families, who are the primary educators for their children's academic, spiritual, and social growth, appreciate the gift of the schools, and in partnership strive to instill a healthy self-concept and encourage their children to achieve towards their full potential.
Our school encourages mutual respect, fosters independent and cooperative learning, and models strong Christian values.
The church proclaims God's greatness. As children of God, we are nourished and sustained, and we are to go forth to love and serve the Lord and one another."

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