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#TakeBackYourYear, Horizon!
April 29, 2020
​ Horizon School Division, and school divisions across the province, are launching a campaign this week to keep students engaged with learning while physical classrooms remain closed. The campaign...
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"What is Social Distancing?"
March 26, 2020
​ Information from the Government of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Health Authority.
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Horizon School Playgrounds Closed Until Further Notice Due to COVID-19
March 26, 2020
​ The COVID-19 virus can persist on outdoor surfaces for several days, and playgrounds can be a gathering place for kids and families. As such, and in-line with recommendations...
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Bell Schedule

  • Message from Director
  • Timetable changes and questions
  • Welcome Back Activities
  • Fall Football camp a success
  • FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL
  • Extra Curricular this week
  • FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS
  • Sr Girls Volleyball tournament
  • Official Horizon Board of Education Election Results
  • Who will you nominate for Horizon's Wall of Fame?
  • Thank you to our Teachers and Staff!
  • Sigmund Brouwer Book Launch at PCHS
  • Teachers at WDS Win National Science Awards
  • Student Day 2017
  • HCAA Recognition Awards 2017
  • "Resc-U 911 Day" at Watson School
  • Reconciliation Flag-Raising Ceremony at Horizon Central Office
  • Congratulations to the Graduating Classes of 2017!
  • New Teacher Induction Workshop
  • Education Week 2017
  • Saskatchewan Library Week
  • COOP Gift card fundraiser
  • Jr girls heading to pre district Volleyball
  • SHSAA Fall Championships - November 10 & 11
  • "Canada's Most Informed Student" at Lanigan Central High School
  • February 11-17 is Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week!
  • Annual Meeting of Electors - March 14, 2018
  • 6 Medals for HCAA Teams at Hoopla 2018
  • A Message to Horizon Parents/Caregivers regarding the Humboldt Broncos Tragedy
  • National Indigenous Peoples Day 2018
  • 2017-18 Humboldt Broncos Added to Wall of Fame at Horizon Celebration Day
  • School Sport Week 2018
  • Education Week in Saskatchewan
  • Horizon Christmas Hamper Project
  • New Office for Horizon School Division
  • "Seven steps to cold weather safety"
  • 2019 SCC Workshops
  • You're invited to Horizon's Central Office Grand Opening!
  • Family Literacy Day and Family Literacy Week 2020
  • Letter to Families - Job Sanctions - March 9, 2020
  • School Closures and COVID-19
  • Horizon School Playgrounds Closed Until Further Notice Due to COVID-19
  • "What is Social Distancing?"
  • #TakeBackYourYear, Horizon!
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#TakeBackYourYear, Horizon!

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Horizon School Division, and school divisions across the province, are launching a campaign this week to keep students engaged with learning while physical classrooms remain closed. The campaign will promote graphics, information, and encouragement for students and families to continue with their learning through school division supplemental learning plans.

#TakeBackYourYear invites teachers, staff, students, families, and community members to share the hashtag on social media along with their own stories of success and encouragement for one another through this challenging situation.

"I am inspired every day by Horizon's staff, and how they have gone above and beyond to support our students' learning in this difficult situation," says Kevin C. Garinger, Director of Education for Horizon School Division. "We will continue to provide opportunities and support for education in the midst of the challenges we face, and we strongly encourage students and families to continue taking advantage of these opportunities for learning in the days and weeks to come."

Horizon School Division has been offering teacher-directed supplemental learning for students since April 20, 2020. Staff have been connecting with families and students to determine each individual's learning needs, and developing course work to support them.

Supplemental learning offers students a chance to improve their mark, but there is no risk of their mark going down. The learning schedule, lessons, and course work are flexible to accommodate the needs of each family and student. Teachers are ready and able to provide support. School divisions believe that staying engaged with teacher-directed learning right now will help with a smooth transition to a student's future – whether that's a return to the classroom, post-secondary learning, or the workforce after high school. Supplemental learning is also a positive way for students to stay in contact with classmates and friends. 

Students and families who originally opted out of supplemental learning are encouraged to reach out to their teacher or school if they have further questions and/or choose to participate.

"We cannot thank our students and families enough for their truly incredible efforts to stay connected to learning so far," Mr. Garinger says. "Remote learning can be a challenge for us all, but I take comfort in knowing we are in this together with our incredible families, communities and partners. Horizon School Division is here for you."

"What is Social Distancing?"

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Information from the Government of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Health Authority.

Horizon School Playgrounds Closed Until Further Notice Due to COVID-19

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The COVID-19 virus can persist on outdoor surfaces for several days, and playgrounds can be a gathering place for kids and families. As such, and in-line with recommendations from Saskatchewan's Chief Medical Health Officer, all Horizon School Division school playgrounds are closed until further notice. 

We strongly urge families to avoid playgrounds at this time, and maintain the recommended social distance of 2 metres (at minimum) with individuals outside your home. 


Click here for more information about COVID-19.

School Closures and COVID-19
 

A message from Director of Education, Kevin C. Garinger, during a video conference meeting with all Horizon staff on Thursday, March 19, 2020.

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Letter to Families - Job Sanctions - March 9, 2020
Family Literacy Day and Family Literacy Week 2020

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Reading with our children just 20 minutes a day can instill a lifelong love of reading, improve listening skills, prepare children for success in school, and build strong relationships through quality time spent together.

The Government of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Literacy Network have proclaimed January 27 as Family Literacy Day, and January 26- February 1 as Family Literacy Week! The theme this year is "Take 20 in 20202", encouraging families to make learning together a part of our daily routine.