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The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed January 23 to 29 Family Literacy Week in Saskatchewan (Family Literacy Day is on January 27). The week provides opportunities for communities, libraries, schools and other organizations to plan events that raise awareness about the importance of family literacy. Parents with literacy skills support children to acquire literacy skills, contributing to strong families and strong communities. 

You are invited to celebrate with the Saskatchewan Literacy Network and the nine Family Literacy hubs by joining a free livestream event on January 27 at 10:30 a.m. CST. Local authors and illustrator Bernice Johnson-Laxdal and Miriam Körner share from their book, When the Trees Crackle with Cold: A Cree Calendar

Everyone is welcome to join! Families, classrooms and groups can sign up to receive a free package of digital resources and a chance to win a signed copy of the book! Sign up here.

To register your event, please visit the Saskatchewan Literacy Network website at: saskliteracy.ca/crackle. You can also email crackle@saskliteracy.ca; or call Phaedra at, 306-651-7288 or toll-free at 1-888-511-2111. 

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Quarter 2 Final Exams - High School
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Quarter 2 Final Exams - High School All Day
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Family Literacy Week
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Family Literacy Week
when-the-trees-crackle-family-literacy-2022
All Day
Community

The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed January 23 to 29 Family Literacy Week in Saskatchewan (Family Literacy Day is on January 27). The week provides opportunities for communities, libraries, schools and other organizations to plan events that raise awareness about the importance of family literacy. Parents with literacy skills support children to acquire literacy skills, contributing to strong families and strong communities. 

You are invited to celebrate with the Saskatchewan Literacy Network and the nine Family Literacy hubs by joining a free livestream event on January 27 at 10:30 a.m. CST. Local authors and illustrator Bernice Johnson-Laxdal and Miriam Körner share from their book, When the Trees Crackle with Cold: A Cree Calendar

Everyone is welcome to join! Families, classrooms and groups can sign up to receive a free package of digital resources and a chance to win a signed copy of the book! Sign up here.

To register your event, please visit the Saskatchewan Literacy Network website at: saskliteracy.ca/crackle. You can also email crackle@saskliteracy.ca; or call Phaedra at, 306-651-7288 or toll-free at 1-888-511-2111. 

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Family Literacy Day
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Family Literacy Day
when-the-trees-crackle-family-literacy-2022
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Community

The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed Family Literacy Day is on January 27 in Saskatchewan (January 23 to 29 Family Literacy Week). The week provides opportunities for communities, libraries, schools and other organizations to plan events that raise awareness about the importance of family literacy. Parents with literacy skills support children to acquire literacy skills, contributing to strong families and strong communities. 

You are invited to celebrate with the Saskatchewan Literacy Network and the nine Family Literacy hubs by joining a free livestream event on January 27 at 10:30 a.m. CST. Local authors and illustrator Bernice Johnson-Laxdal and Miriam Körner share from their book, When the Trees Crackle with Cold: A Cree Calendar

Everyone is welcome to join! Families, classrooms and groups can sign up to receive a free package of digital resources and a chance to win a signed copy of the book! Sign up here.

To register your event, please visit the Saskatchewan Literacy Network website at: saskliteracy.ca/crackle. You can also email crackle@saskliteracy.ca; or call Phaedra at, 306-651-7288 or toll-free at 1-888-511-2111. 

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"In order to fulfill the fundamental purpose of our Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools Mission statement we, the St. Joseph Guardian community, are dedicated to creating a school in which:
All are welcomed and encouraged to develop and nurture their faith in order to know God and act as Guardians – to preserve, protect and guard what is noble and good.
Faith and spirituality permeate all aspects of the school and Guardians impact the world, upholding the dignity and integrity of all God's creation.
Staff and students experience authentic Christian community through involvement in Teacher Guardian Group.
Staff members are creative leaders who implement innovative instructional and assessment techniques, are familiar with the latest curricula and uphold high academic expectations for students.
Students experiencing difficulty will receive necessary supports and assistance to develop and achieve appropriate educational and career goals.
Individual potential is developed and students of all ability levels are well equipped to meet the challenges of education, work and life.
Open, trusting, affirming collaboration exists between staff, parents and students to enhance learning.
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Staff and community partners collaborate to provide authentic learning experiences, thereby reinforcing the relevance of the academic and extra-curricular programs.
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