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PIC – Taken away!

May 9 was scheduled to be commencement day at High Prairie E.W. Pratt High School. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic the event was cancelled. Michaela Haland, an Art 30 student in Grade 12 at the school, expresses her thoughts about…
Staff sends special message to Grade 12 students

Schools still hoping to have ceremonies Richard FroeseSouth Peace News More that 70 graduating students of E.W. Pratt School were centre stage in front the High Prairie high school on the Mother’s Day weekend. A special display of photos of…

Richard FroeseSouth Peace News Local food banks have been allocated funding for the next four months from special Catholic school nutrition grants. The Holy Family Catholic Regional Division [HFCRD] has alloted $36.50 per family in their schools from remaining funds…
Pandemic doesn’t stop annual visit to farm

HPE Staff High Prairie Elementary School staff wanted to continue to let our community know what we are up to with our students. In Grade 6M, students are doing a bake off challenge using fractions. Our class Prime Minister, Elly…
PICs – Student artists at Pratt showcase talent

More dazzling art work from art students at High Prairie E.W. Pratt High School shows the skill of the senior high school students. Art and photography teacher Rhonda Lund inspired her students to create images to brighten up the lives…
PIC – 2 better than 1

Indeed, two smiles are better than one! It was Crazy Hair Day recently at Prairie River Junior High School in High Prairie. Teacher Kayla Rae certainly caught the PRJH spirit with her creative hairstyle.

Richard FroeseSouth Peace News Learning for students at High Prairie School Division continues despite schools being closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Trustees promoted learning during its regular board meeting April 15, says a news release April 29. “There is a…
PRJH expands awards presentations

PRJH Staff The past few weeks have been a bit out of the usual for not only us but students across the world. The staff at Prairie River Junior High School in High Prairie have been continually impressed by how…
PICs – Caught your eye!

Prairie River Junior High School in High Prairie held its art contest from April 27 to May 4. PRJH’s Wellness staff were amazed at the number of entries received and marveled at their creativity and talent. The two works show…

Richard FroeseSouth Peace News Several food banks are reaping funds donated by a school division that cannot use a special nutrition grant as schools are closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Holy Family Catholic Regional Division [HFCRD] has announced all…
Donation ensures NSD students have proper learning equipment

Chris CleggSouth Peace News Learning just got a lot easier for almost 200 Metis students in Northland School Division. The Métis Nation of Alberta [MNA] and Rupertsland Institute [RLI] donated 175 Chromebooks to support online learning for Metis students in…
Learning continues despite pandemic

HPE Staff High Prairie Elementary School staff wanted to continue to let our community know what we are up to with our students. Enter to win a Chromebook or family movie pass by getting your child’s school registration form in…
PICs – Art still alive at Pratt

Art from students at High Prairie E.W. Pratt High School shows the talent of the teens. Art and photography teacher Rhonda Lund inspired her students to create images to brighten up the lives of people during the COVID-19 pandemic. Student…

Richard FroeseSouth Peace News Northern Lakes College remains committed to serving students as campuses are closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. The college has had to adjust many aspects of its operations, as students study and learn from home, and most…
At HPE, fun and learning go hand-in-hand

HPE Staff High Prairie Elementary School staff wanted to continue to let our community know what we are up to with our students. Grade 3J had their first Kahoot session, thanks to Kathy Thompson for organizing. Teacher Penny Johansson is…
Messages of hope

Richard FroeseSouth Peace News Art students at High Prairie E.W. Pratt High School are expressing messages of hope and encouragement in their images during the COVID-19 pandemic. Art and photography teacher Rhonda Lund inspired her students to create images to…