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Orange Shirt Day September 30


Holy Trinity Board of Education celebrate Orange Shirt Day with "every child matters" t-shirts. 

All Saints Catholic School Free the Children Committee receive a thank you card.


All Saints Catholic School Free the Children Committee receive a thank you card from a new Syrian family in Swift Current.  Backpacks and school supplies were purchased thanks to the fundraising. It is student efforts like thsi that make our school and faith community a great place to live.

Holy Trinity Staff and Board Attend Division Retreat Day


Father Tony Ricard from New Orleans facilitates Staff Retreat Day at Mae Wilson Cultural Centre.  His mesage was delivered with humour, energy, and passion for Catholic Education.

September 6th has been declared Provincial Students’ Day by the Government of Saskatchewan.


The main focus of the week is the safety of students as they head back to class after summer break. Drivers around Moose Jaw, Shaunavon, and Swift Current are reminded that all of our students from Prekindergarten to Grade 12 will be back in school and it’s important to take their safety into consideration.

  • Do not pass school busses when stop arm is out.
  • All busses are equipped with a flashing roof light that indicates there are children on the bus at this time.
  • The speed limit in school zones is 40km/h and is in effect during school hours unless otherwise posted.
  • Watch for children! They may not be paying attention and may not see you!

If we all remember the rules of the road and teach our children those same rules, then we can be assured that our children will be safe during the 2016-2017 school year.