• The Prairie Spirit Home Educators support group

    consists of home educating families living in the towns, farms, and acreages surrounding Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
  • Prairie Spirit Parents Liaison Group

    This group meets with members of the Prairie Spirit School Board to form the Prairie Spirit Home-Based Education Committee. Last year the Parent Liaison group helped draft the new home-based education policy now in effect. Members of the Prairie Spirit Home-Based Educator Parent Liaison group include: Lori Giesbrecht,Kayla Hunt, Teena Ens, Melissa Ong, and Shelley Gilbey.
    Please contact any of these committee members with concerns you would like to be addressed by the PSSD Home Education Committee.
  • PSHE on Facebook

    A group for home-schoolers (Parents and Students) that live in the Prairie Spirit area.
    Purpose: to keep up-to-date on activities and info within the homeschool community. We can also share pictures of various events or things we're working on etc.

  • Prairie Spirit School Board

    HBE Facilitator:
    Janet Jeffries 683-2830
    janet.jeffries@spiritsd.ca
    Prairie Spirit School Division Office - 683-2800
    Information for Home Based Educating parents on the Prairie Spirit School Division website

SPRING 2012…PARK TIME IS BACK!

Are you a home-educating family that wants to get together with others and get outside? If so, consider coming out to Park Time.
It is nothing formal – the kids might have a casual game of Frisbee, soccer, group games, whatever they come up with! There is also the regular playground equipment, and as the days get hotter, the spray park. The parents will be seen either chasing after little ones, or visiting in a circle of lawn chairs getting support, sharing ideas, or just relaxing together.

Where: Warman Lions Spray Park

When: Weekly on Mondays – starting May 7, 2012

Time: 1:00 pm (till 3:30ish)

If you have questions, feel free to contact Shelley Gilbey at 384-2716 or brad.shelley.gilbey@gmail.com . We usually meet on the Mondays right through the summer until it is too cold in the fall or when the skating rink opens – whichever comes first:)

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