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THIS WEEK IN HORIZON (March 30 - April 3, 2015)
Kevin C. Garinger – Director of Education

Spring break is a time for regeneration and renewal. For some, there is great religious significance in the Crucifixion and Resurrection of Christ, while others may find the greatest significance in the renewal of the earth emerging from a long winter and readying for planting, new birth and emerging seasons of hope. For us in Horizon, it is a time to look forward to completing what we began and preparing for a new beginning. We have a great deal to accomplish over the next three months but we also begin regenerating and even renewing our energy as we look optimistically with “big picture” thinking to the upcoming school year. As our Board and my office are diligently planning the upcoming budget and system priorities, it is my hope that each of you had the chance to spend time with loved ones and had some relaxation time in order to reflect and refresh. Just as new life begins with the springtime, new life and hope springs as we focus our efforts on the successes of our students completing this school year. The commitment from my office remains on improving the learning of Horizon students within the interrelated goals of safe and caring, assessment and literacy. Please enjoy the remainder of your break and with our goals in mind, I look forward to your return to our schools, offices and classrooms as you refocus on the learning needs of our children and continue to provide them the best of what you have to offer.


Division News
  • VCS Track and Field Season
    Track season is underway! Ms. Hackl has an excellent program with roughly 15 students that come out to participate. Practices are held Monday mornings at 7:30 am, Wednesdays after school, and noon hours on Days 1 and 5. Training includes: dynamics, inte Read%20More...
  • Viscount Central School Movie Night
    At the end of March, the Sr. SRC put on a movie night in the gym. The first movie put on for younger students was “Big Hero 6”, and started at 7:00 pm. The second movie, “ The Maze Runner” played at 9:00 pm. There was no admission, but kids Read%20More...
  • Neal Hughes Speaks at Muenster School
    On the afternoon of April 16, Neal Hughes, Saskatchewan Roughrider fullback and two-time Grey Cup champion, visited Muenster School to share an anti-bullying message with groups of students from K-12. In his talk, Neal spoke out against bullying and share Read%20More...
  • Foam Lake Elementary School March Events
    March was a very busy month at the Foam Lake Elementary School. On March 2nd, 5th, and 17th we had charity events. These charity events included a Soup Lunch for the Wynyard Food Bank where students had to bring cans in and received soup in return that Read%20More...
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