APRIL 15, 2021 -- UPDATED -- Campbell Business Club is hosting a virtual panel on Thursday, April 15th at 1:00 p.m. called “Change Makers in Tech & Leadership."
This panel will be a discussion on the Saskatchewan and Canadian tech scene and the importance of leadership in entrepreneurship. This free event will be open to teachers, students and our community!
Panelists include Swish Goswami (CEO and Co-founder of Trufan), Kristy Ehman (CEO and founder of Hyon Software) and Jordan Boesch (CEO and founder of 7shifts).
APRIL 14, 2021 -- Brief daily mindfulness practice helps to improve sleep, reduce anxiety and has other physical health benefits, but did you know that there are also a number of benefits of mindfulness in the workplace?
Please CLICK HERE to learn more from emerging research in this area:
MARCH 31, 2021 -- The Grade 8 eSchool team offers an additional course titled Electives & Enrichment through Google Meets. Topics include game design, coding, physical movement activities, visual arts and drama and are guided by student requests.
On Wednesday, February 24th, several students participated in a Pink Shirt Day, painting and illustrating that kindness is among us!
MARCH 31, 2021 -- Did you know that there is a connection between mood, worry and sleep? Improvements to sleep can occur by targeting what worries you.
Find helpful strategies and tips to get restful and restorative zzz's by CLICKING HERE.
MARCH 26, 2021 -- Students at Ethel Milliken School are getting to see a different side of some staff members…a side they are finding difficult to recognize. Twelve staff members donned full costumes to sing and dance along to popular songs, similar to the style of the hit show, “The Masked Singer.”
MARCH 25, 2021 -- The Outdoor Education Department supported classroom learning with a series of outdoor winter activities throughout February and early March. Wayne Tranberg and Lori Milligan engaged 58 classes in half-day outdoor learning during those two months. Activities were done in playgrounds and/or parks near the schools. These programs required pre-teaching in the classroom prior to the date of the outdoor activities.
They offered the following five programs for students from Kindergarten to Grade 8.
Inuit Culture and Games