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Humboldt & Area Pride Week 2021
May 31, 2021
​ May 31 to June 5 is Humboldt & Area Pride Week! Happy Pride to all LGBTQ2+ students, staff, colleagues, partners, community members, and friends in Horizon School Division...
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WCHS June Updates
April 20, 2021

Wynyard and District Food Bank Phone number - 306-554-3663 (leave your contact info and someone will return your call) Open 2nd and 4th Wednesdays every month, 2:00-4:00 p.m....
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WCHS Student Report - Morgan Otsig and Dalyn Chuckry
March 31, 2021
​ With April winding down and May around the corner, WCHS prepares to head into the final 2 months of the year. So far our students and staff have...
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Bell Schedule

  • February Dates to Remember
  • March Dates to Remember
  • Wynyard Sr. Football Raffle
  • WCHS September Updates!
  • WCHS October Updates!
  • Official Horizon Board of Education Election Results
  • WCHS May 2017 Announcements
  • 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
  • WCHS September Updates
  • WCHS May 2019 Updates
  • Education Week 2017
  • Saskatchewan Library Week
  • SHSAA Fall Championships - November 10 & 11
  • 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
  • May 2020 Updates
  • 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!
  • Horizon School Playgrounds Open Effective June 12, 2020
  • Ready Reference for Re-Entry Into Horizon Schools
  • Masks in Horizon Schools
  • WCHS School Re-Entry Plan
  • Safe Schools Sask Parent Package
  • Re-Entering Horizon Schools (Video)
  • Orange Shirt Day 2020
  • Board Election 2020 - Notice of Advance Polls
  • Board Election 2020 - Notice of Polls
  • Board Elections 2020 Results
  • COVID-19 Information - November 29, 2020
  • Horizon's Christmas Hampers Shared With Students and Families
  • Have a safe and happy Holiday Season, Horizon!
  • WCHS Student Report - Morgan Otsig and Dalyn Chuckry
  • Family Literacy Day 2021
  • Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week
  • WCHS Student Report - Morgan Otsig and Dalyn Chuckry
  • COVID-19 Access Screening Tool Now Available
  • COVID-19 Information - March 12, 2021
  • COVID-19 Information - March 16, 2021
  • Variant of Concern Information from the Saskatchewan Health Authority
  • Reflecting on 12 months of COVID-19 in Horizon Schools
  • WCHS Student Report - Morgan Otsig and Dalyn Chuckry
  • WCHS June Updates
  • Humboldt & Area Pride Week 2021
  • Orange Day for Horizon Students and Staff June 1
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Orange Day for Horizon Students and Staff June 1
In remembrance of the 215 children whose remains were found at the site of the former Kamloops Residential School, flags at all Horizon schools and facilities are at half-mast today and until further notice.

Horizon students and staff are invited to wear orange tomorrow, June 1.


We join in the grieving of this matter, and our hearts are with everyone for whom this is a reminder of loss and hardships in their own families and communities.

The damage done by Canada’s Residential School System reaches across nations, communities, and generations. We honour the victims, survivors, and family members by learning all we can about the atrocities of our past. Understanding the scope and the harm is the only way for true healing and reconciliation to occur.

  • Ideas for talking about Residential Schools with kids, and kids book recommendations:

http://www.portageandmainpress.com/blog/2020/09/16/orangeshirtday-residentialschools-classrooms/

  • The Truth & Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action: 

https://www.rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca/eng/1524494530110/1557511412801

  • "Survivors Speak" – report from Canada’s Truth & Reconciliation Commission: 

http://www.trc.ca/assets/pdf/Survivors_Speak_English_Web.pdf

  • "Shattering the Silence: The Hidden History of Indian Residential Schools in Saskatchewan” (eBook):  

https://www2.uregina.ca/education/saskindianresidentialschools/indian-residential-schools-in-saskatchewan/

  • Orange Shirt Day Information & Resources: 

https://www.orangeshirtday.org/

  • “Inspiring Success – First Nations and Métis PreK-12 Education Policy Framework”:

https://www.saskatchewan.ca/residents/education-and-learning/first-nations-and-metis-education#:~:text=The%20vision%20of%20Inspiring%20Success,system%20that%20benefits%20all%20learners

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Humboldt & Area Pride Week 2021

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May 31 to June 5 is Humboldt & Area Pride Week! Happy Pride to all LGBTQ2+ students, staff, colleagues, partners, community members, and friends in Horizon School Division and beyond.

Follow the Humboldt & Area Pride Network for more information, and a schedule of events planned for the days ahead... and tune in at 12 PM today (May 31) for the Virtual Pride Flag Raising event to start the week.

WCHS June Updates


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Wynyard and District Food Bank

Phone number - 306-554-3663 (leave your contact info and someone will return your call)

Open 2nd and 4th Wednesdays every month, 2:00-4:00 p.m.

 

Congratulations to our new 2021-22 SRC executive:

President – Derrik Prisiak

Vice President – Dalyn Chuckry

Jr President – Taylor Chepil

Secretary – Morgan Otsig

Treasurer – Ivy Bacudio

Social Committee – Caleb Reeve, Hayley Bodnar, Maggie Tomblin and Olivia Stephaniuk

 

Congratulations to Emily Mamer for placing first at the zone level and third at Districts for her Senior Poem in the Royal Canadian Legion contest.

WCHS would like to thank the Wynyard Co-op for donating to our breakfast program. We greatly appreciate your continued support!

WCHS would like to acknowledge the PC Children's Charity for their donation to our breakfast program. Thank you for supporting our school!

Stay Home If You Are Sick (from the Memo to Families and Staff – School Start-Up – September 4, 2020.pdf)

There is a growing list of symptoms associated with COVID-19, and we hope to err on the side of caution when encountering any new instances of these symptoms. So, we ask that you keep your child home and consult HealthLine 811, or your family doctor, if your child is experiencing any of the following symptoms:

• Fever

• Cough

• Headache

• Muscle and/or joint aches and pains

• Sore throat

• Chills

• Runny nose

• Nasal congestion

• Conjunctivitis

• Dizziness

• Fatigue

• Nausea/vomiting

• Diarrhea

• Loss of appetite (difficulty feeding for children)

• Loss of sense of taste or smell

• Shortness of breath

• Difficulty breathing

 

We have some school locker shelves available for $10.00/shelf. Please contact Mrs. Hordal or Mrs. Hordos if you would like to purchase one.

Mr. Peterson has WCHS Bears phys.ed shirts available for purchase - $20.00/shirt. Please see Mr. Peterson for size options.

Reminder: Grade 12 students please check the office door folder and the scholarship website (https://fundingforschool.wordpress.com/) regularly for scholarship updates.

Saturday, June 12 – Grad.

Tuesday, June 15 – Yearbook Orders Due. Please hand all orders and payments into the office.

Wednesday, June 16 – Color Day/Formal Day.

Thursday, June 17 – Change for Charity/Hat Day/Blue and Gold Day.

Wednesday, June 23 – Monday, June 28 – Final Exams.

Tuesday, June 29 – No School

Wednesday, June 30 – Report Cards.

WCHS Student Report - Morgan Otsig and Dalyn Chuckry

With April winding down and May around the corner, WCHS prepares to head into the final 2 months of the year. So far our students and staff have endured eight months of restrictions, rules, and most of all masks. And although it’s been long, and frustrating, we can now start to look forward to a summer time full of relaxation and good times. But before that we will keep on working towards crossing the finish line. 


Late April is a fairly uneventful time for the WCHS family. With report cards being released students were briefly stressed and then came to the reality that summer was only one term away. However, one major event took place in the final week of April, as for the first time since football season ended the Bears were back practicing. Recently WCHS students have been able to start the badminton and basketball programs. With eight players at every practice we took to the gym and set up our nets in a heartbeat. Despite not having the iconic rivalries, buzzer beaters, or minute long rallies, the Bears are still extremely pleased and excited to start this shortened badminton/basketball season. And although there’s no competitive games or pre-districts all the Bears are looking forward to playing a few of the games we love.


As WCHS prepares for the month of May and the homestretch of the school year, the SRC has organized a spirit week from May 3-8. Starting on Monday the Bears will be showing up to school opposites to one another with students dressing up as teachers and teachers dressing up as students. Then on Tuesday, May 4 the Bears will all bring out their inner sci-fi for Star Wars day. Then on Wednesday the SRC plans to have our familiar monthly Wear the Bear day. Then for Thursday it’s a school favourite jersey day as students will rep their team around the halls. And to close off the week you may see two of every person walking around the halls as twin day takes place Friday. Needless to say the SRC has planned a fun and entertaining week and everybody is anticipating a great turn out.


Well this concludes an entertaining April at WCHS. And although this may have not been the most exciting or enjoyable month of anyone’s life, in the long run months like these will become the reasons we can have those months. The ones where we can freely intermingle between grades and play the sports we love. However, until then we will happily continue to follow our public guidelines and work towards a better future.




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Reflecting on 12 months of COVID-19 in Horizon Schools

 

A short video looking back on March 2020 - March 2021 in Horizon School Division.

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Variant of Concern Information from the Saskatchewan Health Authority

​Our excellent partners at the Saskatchewan Health Authority have created documents to share more information about Variants of Concern (VoC) in Saskatchewan.

Please take a moment to review this important information, here: SHA VoC QA.pdf

And here: VOC Earlier Than We All Want_City EMO_Critical Infrastructure_FINAL.pdf

We are very grateful to have the partnership and support of the SHA in our collective work to keep our students, staff, schools, and communities safe.


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