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3rd Annual Vanier Christmas Craft and Trade Show - Saturday November 28th

10:00 am - 4:00 p.m.
Silver Plate donation benefiting the Children's Hospital Foundation.
Concession and Children's Corner
Over 50 vendors ranging from homemade gifts, crafts, baking, and much more.
This event is being organized by Vanier's Entrepreneurship 30 class which is partnered with Junior Achievement, which is an international, non-profit organization geared towards helping youth learn about business.

Phone: (306) 693-6744

Congratulations to the Indigo Love of Reading Foundation's "ADOPT & DON’T STOP GIVEAWAY" Winners!

Ecole St. Margaret placed second  and will receive $7500 in books.

St. Mary School placed third and will receive $5000 in books plus an additional $1000 in books for the winning blog in Saskatchewan.  Please click here to view their blog video.Indigo Adopt a SchoolTM

Vanier Graduate Receives Dubinsky Family Scholarship

Mayor Deb Higgins presents Danielle d'Entremont with the 2015 Dubinsky Family Scholarship at the November 2, 2015 Moose Jaw council meeting. Congratulations Danielle!


"Celebrating Every Student"

Education Week is October 19-23, 2015 please click here to see the activities happening in our schools this week. Check back often for  pictorial updates.

Vanier students with their donations for FCC.

St. Mary staff dress as their favourite literary character.

St. Agnes students and staff compete in "Hollywood Squares" Trivia Contest.

St. Michael and St. Margaret Students participated in the FCC Food Drive.









Guest reader from the Moose Jaw Fire Department at St. Mary School.

"Breakfast with Books" at St. Margaret


St. Margaret students "Drop Everything and Read" during Education Week.

St. Agnes students with donations for the FCC Food Drive.










Every morning this week classes at St. Margaret will receive a balloon with a message inside. The first message was "What's one cool thing that we don't know about you? " 



Moose Jaw Warriors read to students at St. Agnes School.