Effective July 11, 2021, Saskatchewan entered Step Three of the Re-Opening Roadmap and the public health order relative to COVID-19 was lifted. All restrictions related to the public health order were removed as of that date.

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Education Week in Saskatchewan / La Semaine de lā€™éducation en Saskatchewan

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November 22-28, 2020, is Education Week in Saskatchewan and this year's theme is Connecting and Learning in New Ways.

This unprecedented year caused schools across Saskatchewan to quickly adapt and work together to continue to provide quality education and this theme reflects that innovation. The Ministry of Education recognizes the passion and dedication students have had towards their studies, both in-person and online. Students, teachers and school staff have worked together and this theme reflects your continued dedication towards connecting with each other.

For more than 30 years, Saskatchewan has dedicated one full week every year to celebrate student success and recognize the dedication and commitment of education professionals across the province.

Education Week highlights the important collaborative relationships that strengthen our education system. As students, educators, support staff, parents, caregivers, Elders, community members and stakeholders, we build meaningful relationships that lead us to growth and understanding.

Cette année, la Semaine de l’éducation en Saskatchewan aura lieu du 22 au 28 novembre 2020 et a pour thème De nouvelles façons d’apprendre et d’établir des liens.

Au cours de cette année sans précédent, les écoles de la Saskatchewan ont dû s’adapter rapidement et collaborer pour continuer d’offrir une éducation de qualité. Le thème choisi est à l’image de cette innovation. Le ministère de l’Éducation reconnaît la passion et le dévouement dont les élèves ont fait preuve à l’égard de leurs études, tant en personne qu’en ligne. Les élèves, les enseignants et le personnel des écoles ont su travailler ensemble; ainsi, ce thème reflète votre dévouement continu à créer des liens les uns avec les autres.

Depuis plus de 30 ans, la Saskatchewan consacre une semaine entière chaque année qui permet de célébrer la réussite des élèves et de reconnaître le dévouement et l’engagement des professionnels de l’éducation dans toute la province.

La Semaine de l’éducation met en lumière les relations importantes de collaboration qui renforcent notre système d’éducation. En tant qu’élèves, éducateurs, membres du personnel de soutien, parents, parents substituts, aînés, membres de la communauté et intervenants, nous établissons des liens significatifs qui nous conduisent à la croissance et à la compréhension.

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