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Prince Albert District and Curriculum

There are two school districts serving the Prince Albert region. Prince Albert schools follow provincial standards in English, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Fine Arts, Foreign Languages, Computer Technology, and Physical Education. Prince Albert schools are committed to bringing emerging technology into the classroom, and offer career and technical education in addition to the standard curriculum. There are also a diversity of extracurricular opportunities for students that can connect them with future academic and career pursuits.

We currently cover the following Prince Albert-area school district: Saskatchewan Rivers School Division, Prince Albert Catholic Schools .

Schools in Prince Albert include:

Queen Mary Community School is located on 1010 15 St W, Prince Albert, SK S6V 3S2, Queen Mary Community School covers grades K-8 and can be contacted at 306-763-7672.  One of the main goals of Queen Mary Community School is to increase students’ literacy. Staff at the school believe all students can learn, and the staff helps them strive for excellence. Guided reading is introduced for students from grade 1 to grade 8. Math blocking is also incorporated for students in grade 2 to grade 8. Other programs and services offered at Queen Mary Community School include home, reading and math club, after school programs for younger students, computer club, and athletics activities such as volleyball, basketball, track and field, and more. Queen Mary Community School
also incorporates technology into their lessons, and each classroom is equipped with a SMART board. Like other students in Saskatchewan, students at Queen Mary Community school are taught a curriculum that includes the Saskatchewan Learning Standards. The math curriculum is designed to prepare students to confidently cope with everyday situations that require the use of mathematical concepts, such as interpreting quantitative information, estimating, measuring, and problem solving. For more information on the mathematics tutoring SchoolTutoring Academy offers, please contact us.

Red Wing School is located on 545 11 St E, Prince Albert, SK S6V 1B1, Red Wing School covers grades K-8 and can be contacted at 306-9763-5375.  The mission of Red Wing School is to provide students with the needed skills to become lifelong learners. Much of the school population comes from the surrounding rural areas. The school offers a band program for students in grades 5-8, and students are also able to participate in the junior or senior band. Grade 7 and 8 students also have the opportunity to participate in practical and applied arts courses. Red Wing School also utilizes technology to in it teaching. SMART Boards are provided to teachers in all of the school’s classrooms. Extracurricular programs include badminton, cross country running, track and field, and more. The school also puts on a Christmas Concert and Talent Show. According to the Saskatchewan Curriculum Standards, students in grade 6 English Language Arts learn to comprehend and respond to a variety of texts. They analyze fiction, poetry and plays from First Nations, Metis and other cultures. They learn how to create different written, visual, and multimedia texts. To find out more about how SchoolTutoring Academy can help your child with English Language Arts, please contact us.

Wesmor Community High School is located on 1819 14 Ave W, Prince Albert, SK S6V 5P1, Wesmor Community High School covers grades 9-12 and can be contacted at 306-764-5233. The mission of Wesmor Community High School is to foster a caring and respectful community of learners where ample opportunities for personal and academic success are provided. Many of the students at the school live in Prince Albert, and many live in Northern Saskatchewan, but attend school in Prince Albert during the school year. In addition to a regular education program, Wesmor Community High School also offers modified education, alternative education, and life skills programs. The schedule for students is on a block time table. The block allows for students to concentrate on 2 subjects, with one in the morning in one in the afternoon, for a total for being able to take 10 classes a year using this system. Students at Wesmor Community High School also have the opportunity to take career oriented programs such as industrial arts (shop) classes, apprenticeships, and emergency services response training. There are multiple options for students wishing to take on a leadership position. They can volunteer at school events, be on the school council, or be member of the School Community Council and Daycare Board. Students also organize dances, tournaments, festivals, conferences, and more. As students in high school, it is now possible to take classes in more specified areas. For example, students wishing to take Science courses now have the opportunity to take classes specifically in Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, and Physics. SchoolTutoring Academy offers tutoring in all these subjects. For more information on how SchoolTutoring Academy’s one-on-one tutoring could help you or your child, please contact us.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Prince Albert District Curriculum

The curriculum in Prince Albert has been developed by the province to serve as a framework of expected learning goals within the subjects at all grade levels. It is referred to as the Renewed Curriculum and has been designed based upon national and international practices resulting in best outcomes. The curriculum lays out the knowledge base, the standards of learning, necessary for a student to become proficient in the subject.

The Renewed Curriculum also describes Broad Areas of Learning that must be developed in students. These include conceptual and higher-order thinking skills like reasoning and problem-solving.  The curriculum is an instructional tool that specifies the range of basic to advanced knowledge that is gained through different subject-area learning.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Prince Albert Educational News

  • Math Challenge - A group of noteworthy students in grade 7 from the District placed 2nd in the Saskatchewan Math Challenge 2012 during a recent competition that was held at the University of Saskatchewan.
  • Discovery Education - Discovery Education has partnered its resources with educators across Canada to provide students with online access to information about wildlife both in Canada and around the world. This window into the natural world is accessible through the district website.
  • Extracurriculars - Secondary schools in the area have a wealth of extracurricular activities for students. From a car club to a book club to a pet therapy club, there is an option for everyone!
 

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SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

About Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

The city of Prince Albert is located on the bank of the North Saskatchewan River. The nickname for Prince Albert is the “Gateway to the North”, in reference to to its location as the last major centre along the route to the resources of Northern Saskatchewan. Found north of the city is Prince Albert National Park and found 141 km south of Prince Albert is the city of Saskatoon. In terms of the nature found around Prince Albert, the city is found within a transition zone between the aspen parkland and Boreal forest biomes. Visitors often come to Prince Albert to enjoy the city’s beautiful trails, canoe, camp, fish and hunt. In the winter months, visitors can sled, ski, ice fish, snowshoe or hike.

The city of Prince Albert got its name from Queen Victoria’s consort, Prince Albert. The city has also been used as a supply and service base for numerous mining companies, as there have been large deposits of gold and uranium found nearby the city. As one of the larger cities in northern Saskatchewan, Prince Albert has established itself as a key health, education, retail and commercial service centre for central and northern Saskatchewan.

Among the attractions in Prince Albert are the city’s three historical museums. These are the The Evolution of Education Museum and the Rotary Museum of Police and Corrections (which are combined), the Historical Society Museum, and the Prince Albert Heritage Museum. Other historical sites include Fort de la Corne and the Prince Albert Sanatorium.

In 2016, the population of Prince Albert was 35,102, making it the third most populated city in the province of Saskatchewan. According to a 2016 census by Statistics Canada, the average age of the population in Prince Albert was 37.7 years old. The median household income in the city in 2015 was $49,421.

Prince Albert National Park

Covering an area of 3874 square kilometres (or 1496 square miles) Prince Albert National Park was established in 1927. The opening ceremonies for the park were performed by Prime Minister at the time William Lyon Mackenzie King. The park is open all year, but most people visit from May to September. One of the larger lakes in Prince Albert National Park is Lake Waskesiu. Around this lake is the only settlement in the park, Waskesiu Lake, where some facilities and services are located. Other lakes in the park include Kingsmere Lake and Crean Lake. Here, fish populations thrive, and common fish include Northern Pike, Walleye, and Lake Whitefish. The landscape and nature in the park is classified as a boreal forest. Activities to do in Prince Albert National Park include scenic driving tours, picnicking, hiking, swimming, canoeing, boating, fishing, camping, and more.

Prince Albert Historical Museum

The Prince Albert Historical Museum is located in the city’s first firehall. The firehall was first built in 1912 and served as a firehall until 1975. The museum is dedicated to showcasing the history of the Prince Albert area. Display collections include various First Nations Artifacts, an old fire truck, a fireman’s pole, and a Native Dugout Canoe which is believed to be a thousand years old. The museum also houses the city’s archives. Also included in the museum’s collections are 12,000 photographs, 300,000 negatives, and 12,000 document in the Bill Smiley archives in the museum. Prince Albert Historical Museum staff offer guided tours by booking and by request.

The Mann Art Gallery

The Mann Art Gallery showcases art from local, provincial and nation artists. The collection of the gallery includes over 3000 works from well-known artists native to Saskatchewan such as August Kenderdine and Bob Boyer. The Gallery is dedicated to engaging, facilitating and stimulating the development, presentation, and preservation of the visual arts for the community of Prince Albert and the surrounding area. In addition, the gallery produces touring exhibitions, catalogues, and curatorial visits. The Mann Art Gallery also offers drop in art activities, art themed events, and educational art camps.

Interesting Facts

  • Thee Canadian Prime Ministers have represented the federal constituency of Prince Albert. These Prime Ministers were John Diefenbaker, William Lyon Mackenzie King and Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
  • In the 1910s, construction was underway on the La Colle Falls Hydroelectric power dam project in an attempt to provide affordable electricity to help attract industry. However, this project wa costly and the project was abandoned in 1927 as the city was close to bankruptcy.
  • The province of Saskatchewan contains more roads than any other Canadian province. The area in which Prince Albert sits on was named kistahpinanihk by the Cree people. It translates to “sitting pretty place”, or “meeting place”, or a “great meeting place”

Chalk Talk: Preparing your child for a field trip!

Field trips are a fun and educational way for students to get outside of the classroom and visit a place where they can actually see the things they’ve learned in class. Depending on where the field trip is, it’s important to help your child pack the things they might need for the trip. For example, if the trip is outside in the Summer, your child should be wearing sunscreen. They should also have enough water and snacks in order to help stay hydrated throughout the day. If the trip requires packed lunches to be brought, make sure to check with the teacher or the field trip information sheet to see if there are any foods that are not allowed. Some locations might not allow peanuts, or lunches with disposable packaging. It’s always a good idea to pack a lunch with reusable containers because it’s eco-friendly, and kids love creative utensils and containers! If your child is going to be walking a lot on their trip, it’s important to pack light - bring only the essentials!

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