November 15, 2018

Saskatoon Public Schools is committed to creating and maintaining school environments in which students, staff, parents/guardians/caregivers and others feel safe. Schools cannot ignore any threat of violence. Click here to read more.

November 15, 2018

Saskatoon schools have well developed partnerships in our community. We work closely with Saskatoon Police Service, Saskatoon Fire Department and City of Saskatoon Emergency Measures Organization to help ensure that our schools are safe places to be. With their help we have developed, and regularly review, our safety plans. These plans enable our staff to effectively and efficiently respond to any emergencies and crisis situations that may arise in our schools.

Parents and guardians also play a role in working with all partners in keeping our students safe. This brochure provides you with information on school safety planning.

School Safety Plans

Prevention is the best defense against a crisis occurring. That is why we prepare safety plans and why we practice drills in our schools. All schools have developed safety plans for many different scenarios. In each instance the situation is assessed, a level of response is identified, and action is taken. These actions will depend on the specifi...

November 5, 2018

DON'T DO the following in the school zone:

  • speed-up , u-turn, drop your child off in the middle of the road

  • let your child cross the street without using a crosswalk

REMEMBER follow proper driving laws within our school zone:

  • Drive 30 km per hour or slower

  • Drive 20 km per hour or slower in the alleyways

  • Drop your child off at the curb and have your child exit onto the sidewalk

  • Follow the street through to the end of the block or use an alleyway to avoid u-turns

  • Chose a route that puts you on the side of the street you want to be on in order to avoid using u-turns

  • Have your child walk on the sidewalk and use the crosswalk to cross the street

TO PREVENT POSSIBLE INJURIES, children will not be permitted to walk through the back alley to a vehicle without a parent/guardian.

As outlined in the school policy manual, supervision of students will be as listed

Monday-Thursdays: Mornings from 8:15 am until 8:30 am. Dismissal from 3:50 pm until 4:10 pm

On Frid...

October 31, 2018


Some people are severely allergic to PEANUTS & NUTS. Please

AVOID bringing any kinds of nuts and peanut.

READ INGREDIENT list every time you purchase food products

WASH HANDS with soap before and after eating

WASH UTENSILS and SURFACES used in food preparation with soap and hot water. This including cutting board and dishcloths

TEACH CHILDREN not to trade lunch snacks and explain why  

WEAR a MEDIC-ALERT bracelet if you have severe allergy

Always be careful

October 22, 2018

This year, we'll be trying out new school uniforms that has our school logo!  See attached order form. Please return by October 30, 2018! 

October 16, 2018

At Saskatoon Public Schools, the safety of our students is our first priority.  As part of this commitment, we believe in providing comprehensive means for communicating with families.  It is our goal to provide you with important information promptly when necessary.

In the case of urgent situations that cause disruptions to school operations, the division will notify you through a mass notification system, Everbridge.  This may include severe weather, water main breaks, power outages, and school lockdowns.  Please ensure your contact information is up-to-date with our school.

If you have any questions, please contact your school principal.

October 16, 2018

Congratulations to all our students who participated in the Cross Country Track Meet at Diefenbaker Park on October 2nd! 

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