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Red dress serves as symbol

Chris CleggSouth Peace News Students and staff from two High Prairie schools joined organizers in the annual Red Dress Unity Walk Oct. 4 to honour and remember missing and murdered Aboriginal women.Nancy Chalifoux, Resolution Health Support Worker for Lesser Slave…
Pioneers fall just short in Fort Mac

Richard FroeseSouth Peace News The visiting Peace River Pioneers lost 35-33 to the Fort McMurray Saints Oct. 2 in high school Mighty Peace Football League action.Head coach Mark Owens says it was a great game as two ranked teams went…

Richard FroeseSouth Peace News The High Prairie Renegades have attained their first provincial rankings in high school football.Alberta Football ranked the Renegades No. 6 for Tier IV schools for school enrolment 49 or less in the weekly rankings on Oct.…
Grade 5/6 class elects student government

Layla VerhageAugust Willcott HPE Reporters This is August and Layla reporting to you from High Prairie Elementary School.In Grade 2 CL, students have been having fun learning about maps and directions on a map. They aren’t sure which saying is…
School News – HPE students mark Orange Shirt Day

High Prairie Elementary Grade 3 students wrote reasons why Orange Shirt Day is so important. Left-right are Callissa Anderson, Ardy Johnson and Erin Pichay. Danica DoucetteSophie OliverHPE Reporters This is Danica and Sophie reporting to you from High Prairie Elementary…
Art students expand skills to create wonderful works

Art skills from students at E.W. Pratt High School in High Prairie continue to expand during the semester. “EWP Art and Photography students come to appreciate concepts of depth, perspective, light and colour through practical application, of course,” Art teacher…
Fighting cancer 1 step at a time!

High Prairie St. Andrew’s Catholic School took part in the annual Terry Fox School Run on Sept. 23. Students and teachers walked or ran around the perimeter of the school grounds to raise funds and awareness to fight cancer. High…
HPE students learning all about the forest

Judeah GilroyDanica DoucetteHPE Reporters This is Judeah and Danica this week’s South Peace News report from High Prairie Elementary School.The students in Grade 6M learned about democracy by participating in the Student Vote program. During the last federal election vote,…

Chris CleggSouth Peace News Five Northland School Division trustees have been declared elected by acclamation in their wards while elections will occur in five other wards.Following is a ward-by-ward report regarding the status of elections:In Ward 1 – Paddle Prairie…
Pioneers edge Renegades in thriller

Richard FroeseSouth Peace News Peace River Pioneers edged the hometown High Prairie Renegades 25-24 in high school football in a game that was called a thriller.The provincially- ranked Pioneers led 25-0 at halftime before the Renegades roared back in the…

Il est aussi le responsable du conseil du primaire de l’École des Quatre-Vents [ÉQV].Mariko est né à Kassaro, un petit village du Mali, et a résidé en Tunisie, en France, à Montréal, Saskatoon et Edmonton.Il faire beaucoup d’activités physiques comme…

It will be business as usual for High Prairie School Division Sept. 30.At its monthly meeting Aug. 25, the board confirmed a decision to keep schools open for the new National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, says an HPSD news…
HPE prepares for Orange Shirt Day

HPE Staff Here is this week’s South Peace News report from High Prairie Elementary School.In Grade 2CL, students have been working on health. Healthy bodies mean healthy food, a good night’s sleep and plenty of exercise.Students have discussed how wearing…