A holistic education based in Art, Community & Nature
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Prairie Sky School Vision

We educate children holistically through Art, Community, and Nature.

Our Purpose ~ To deliver the Saskatchewan Curriculum through:

Art … where our curriculum is integrated with visual and performing arts offering mindfulness, expression, and creativity in a natural, beautiful, and purposeful environment.

Community … by nurturing an ethic of support and care:

  • As individuals, we are open, empathetic, and socially responsible.
  • We foster inclusive, holistic relationships that start with individuals then blossom out into the larger community and world.

Nature … through an indigenous lens we care for:

  • The Natural World: We foster our interconnection to the natural world; land, place, people.
  • Human Nature: We celebrate the balance of Head, Heart, and Hands (critical thinking/academics, social/emotional learning, experiential learning/real-life skills) and support the freedom to be who we are.
  • The Nature of Learning: We honour our students’ intrinsic desire to learn and thrive in a safe and holistic environment with effective leadership.
View the full plan here.

Latest News

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If you have an interest in understanding the relationship between climate, land and reconciliation, this is a good online opportunity.

tawaw.....I look forward to seeing you!

TOPIC: The TRC, climate action, and Indigenous ways of knowing
DATE: December 2, 2020
TIME: 10:30-11:30 AM Saskatchewan CST

Join Zoom Meeting:
uregina-ca.zoom.us/j/95911447050?pwd=WTlFZ3p3elB4WHE2MEhORytmZGI1UT09
Meeting ID: 959 1144 7050
Passcode: 650764

The Panel

Joseph Naytowhow, Storyteller and Knowledge Keeper in the Faculty of Education, University of Regina
· Dr. Chantelle Richmond, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Health and Environment, Western University
· Dr. Emily Eaton, Associate Professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Regina
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We are excited to introduce a new to us winter plant fundraiser! Buy your beautiful, locally grown winter greens for all your decorating through our Growing Smiles Fundraising website and PSS will receive about 40% of all sales!

WHAT: Beautiful, Locally Grown Holiday Greenery and Plants - Growing Smiles has poinsettias, wreaths, and winter holiday arrangements! Everything is online, making it a friendly COVID-19 fundraiser! You can check out the site at prairieskyschool.growingsmilesfundraising.com/home

WHEN: Thursday, November 5th, 2020 through Wednesday, November 25th, 2020

PICK-UP DATE: Orders will be available for pickup at the school on Friday, December 11th, 2020. Pickup times will be in slots: 9am-11am, 11am-1pm and 1pm-3pm.

WHY: As a qualified independent school, Prairie Sky School receives partial funding from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education. Tuition fees cover 30% of costs to run our programs. The remaining portion (up to 50%) is raised by countless volunteers through fundraising, donations, and sponsorships that are managed by the PSS Scholarship Foundation. Due to COVID-19, we lost almost 6 months of fundraising opportunities and because of health regulations, our overall fundraising plan will look a little different this year.
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We are excited to introduce a new to us winter plant fundraiser! Buy your beautiful, locally grown winter greens for all your decorating through our Growing Smiles Fundraising website and PSS will receive about 40% of all sales!

WHAT: Beautiful, Locally Grown Holiday Greenery and Plants - Growing Smiles has poinsettias, wreaths, and winter holiday arrangements! Everything is online, making it a friendly COVID-19 fundraiser! You can check out the site at https://prairieskyschool.growingsmilesfundraising.com/home

WHEN: Thursday, November 5th, 2020 through Wednesday, November 25th, 2020

PICK-UP DATE: Orders will be available for pickup at the school on Friday, December 11th, 2020. Pickup times will be in slots: 9am-11am, 11am-1pm and 1pm-3pm. 

WHY: As a qualified independent school, Prairie Sky School receives partial funding from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education. Tuition fees cover 30% of costs to run our programs. The remaining portion (up to 50%) is raised by countless volunteers through fundraising, donations, and sponsorships that are managed by the PSS Scholarship Foundation. Due to COVID-19, we lost almost 6 months of fundraising opportunities and because of health regulations, our overall fundraising plan will look a little different this year.
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