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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…
HPE issues challenge to parents

3 prizes are up for grabs in this easy-to-win contest HPE Staff High Prairie Elementary School staff wanted to continue to let our community know what we are up to with our students. HPE has sent out over 35 Chromebooks…
HPE Grade 5s creating a comic strip

HPE Staff High Prairie Elementary School wanted to continue to let our community know what we are up to. Through FlipGrid, the Grade 5 students have been uploading French videos about their pets. It’s so awesome to learn about them!…
NLC project passes halfway mark

Richard FroeseSouth Peace News Work on the new High Prairie campus of Northern Lakes College has passed the halfway mark. “Construction for the project is 52 per cent complete,” says Paul Chaulk, senior director of facilities and ancillary services for…
HPE welcomes you to ‘Fraction Avenue’

HPE Staff High Prairie Elementary School staff wanted to continue to let our community know what we are up to. In Math, Grade 4S students are creating a neighbourhood called ‘Fraction Avenue’. They will use a series of fractions to…
HPE continues to deliver education

HPE Staff High Prairie Elementary School staff wanted to continue to let our community know what we are up to. In Grade 4S, students are doing Science research. They are discovering objects that emit light and identifying which objects use…

Richard FroeseSouth Peace News The face of education is changing after schools closed March 16 over the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s the message from Laura Poloz, superintendent of High Prairie School Division. “Education is changing,” Poloz says. “We are doing our…
HPE teachers finding it too quiet

HPE Staff Well, it’s been an interesting few weeks at High Prairie Elementary School! The staff at HPE find it way too quiet around our school! The first week we spent cleaning our classrooms, student lockers and the school. Then…

SPN Staff Northland School Division has released additional information on its Continuing Student Learning Plan in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and school closures. The plan aligns with Alberta Education’s guide for continuing student learning which outlines content delivery expectations…
HPE, Vanier rule Robo Rumble

Richard Froese South Peace News Students from High Prairie and Donnelly schools ruled at the second annual Robo Rumble robotics competition March 11-12 for High Prairie School Division. Elementary students in Grades 3-6 were added to the event in High…