2020 – 2021 Registration

Please register your students for the 2020-2021 School Year, at your earliest convenience, by clicking on the 2020-2021 Registration Tab above. Select the appropriate forms and once completed, please attach them to an email and forward them to lkalinowski@srsd119.ca

We would like to receive all Registration Forms by mid-June so please don’t wait until school startup in the Fall!

To submit the online registration form you will need Adobe Reader installed. Please download it here:  https://get.adobe.com/reader/

Remember – Stay Safe. Wash Your Hands. If you are sick, stay home!

351 – 13th Street East, Prince Albert SK S6V 2N3

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Phone: 306-763-5217 Fax: 306-764-5141

Principal: Mr. Art Feher
Vice Principal: Mrs. Holly Abrey-Hare
Secretary: Mrs. Loralee Kalinowski

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Dear families RE: COVID-19,
During these uncertain times, it is very important to follow the recommendations provided by Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer and from the offices of the Premier and the Ministry of Education.  I encourage you to follow Saskatchewan Rivers School Division on Facebook for updates.  Look for our Princess Margaret page on Facebook as well.

By now, our staff has reached out to you to see how you are doing, maybe talking to the students, and providing answers you may have. Please reach out to your teacher if you have any questions. 

The learning that is happening in your home will be significantly different than what the students receive at school.  We are asking that the students keep up with their reading, writing, and math.  Teachers have supplied some supplementary learning packages for you.  It is up to each family to decide how far they wish to take this learning.  For the primary grades, letter and number recognition is very important and the more they read, or the more you read to them will be beneficial.  For the middle years students, incorporating current events into stories, or journals will keep them on track.  Writing is a key component at this level, so have your children do a little bit of writing each day.  Incorporate day to day events into a learning opportunity: cooking, measuring, collecting information from news stories, researching animals, people, history etc.. Have your child report to you what they did during the day and, of course, read every night.

As for progress and transitions while we move ahead, we all hope that we can continue to provide educational opportunities within the school.  If this does happen, we will work quickly to get students back to school.  However, if we are asked to stay home for a significant amount of time, all students will pass and move on to the next grade.  The report card you received at the end of term 2 will become your June report card with a note mentioning it was due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Please stay close to family.  Our human instincts require we have some social interaction with others.  In our day, with technology, we can phone, text, facetime, or zoom with others.  It is very important that children have these opportunities.  Hopefully we can look back at this in a positive way and return to some kind of normalcy.

Take care! Stay safe!


Mr. Art Feher
Princess Margaret Public School