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Who We Are

​Home of the Panthers

We work to empower each student to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes essential to developing his or her full potential as a responsible citizen.

The H. S. Paul School Pledge "Expect Respect at H. S. Paul" can be summarized as...

We are Honest and Safe with a Problem-solving Attitude for Understanding and Learning.                                                                                                         .

                                                               ...Go Green!

At H. S. Paul School we work to empower each student to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes essential for developing his or her full potential as a responsible citizen.

In addition, the 412 students in Kindergarten to Grade 8 at H. S. Paul School are supplemented with a rich palette of arts activities such as Visual Arts, Sketch Club, Choir, Orff Ensemble, Jazz Band Ensemble, and Dancing in the Park. Athletic activities include Track and Field, an Ultimate Frisbee league, and Marathon Club.

Students participate in Intramurals, Leadership, Environmental , Social Justice,Yearbook Committee, Assembly Planning and Spirit Days. As well, each student at H.S.Paul belongs to a CAT Family and participates in monthly activities as a cross grade group.

Community service and citizenship are developed in and out of the classroom through opportunities such as Student Volunteers, St. Amant, Social Justice and the H. S. Paul Student Leadership. Students in grades 5-8 also have the opportunity to participate in our Panther Paw Cafe to serve hot, nutritious lunches to our students. Please check our bulletin board outside of the Cafe for menus and food items to purchase.

H. S. Paul School enjoys the support of a very active parent volunteer community which works with staff to provide a safe, inclusive, engaging and challenging environment for all students.

Our Mission

Our mission is to empower each student to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitude essential for developing his or her full potential as a responsible citizen.

The H. S. Paul School Pledge

Expect Respect at H. S. Paul

We are honest and safe with a problem solving attitude for understanding and learning.

Honesty
We value honesty and are responsible for our words and actions.

Safety
We create a safe school by showing self-control.

Problem Solving
We use words to solve our problems.

Attitude
We create a positive school environment by working together and caring for one another.

Understanding
We show understanding and acceptance by our compassion and empathy.

Learning
We support learning by being responsible for our own behaviour.

H.S. Paul By The Numbers

Grades: K–8

Number of Students: 432*

* Data collected in August 2018

Administrators

Principal: Tannis Steiman

Vice Principal: Darren Baker

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RT @louis_riel_sd: On Monday, May 31, students in the Louis Riel School Division presented their vision for a better education system to more than 1,400 staff during a professional learning day. Discover the key takeaways and watch the presentations: https://t.co/qPtfCkZZXI #YourLRSD https://t.co/okQTi4OF4j

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