No School Today April 13, 2022

Due to a storm warning.

Remote learning Notice

Remote Learning Packages will no longer be available due to new Health restrictions. We are encouraging students to attend classes.

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Saturday, March 19, 2022

Peguis Central School, Mar. 18, 2022 - Peguis Central’s Junior Chief and Council held a fund-raiser for the people of Ukraine today. Media reports of Ukraine’s pain and suffering inflicted by the Russian army is not lost on the youth of Peguis. “It’s very sad, and I’m mad that it’s happening to innocent people, especially babies and children,” said Terri Lynn Daniles, member of the Junior Council.

students pizza"It’s the right thing to do to help others who are in desperate need of supplies and resources and extra cash to help them.” They sold pizza in the cafeteria eating area, took donations and handed out ribbons bearing Ukraine’s colours.

Primary, middle and senior high classrooms are also donating monies. The highest donor section will be awarded a pizza party, said teacher Karen Myran, advisor to the Junior council.

“The Junior Chief and Council came forward and expressed their concern about what is happening in another part of the world,” said Myran. “They realized that young people like them are living there, and very endangered, and they’re feeling fear. So, they wanted to do something to support them.”

The members of the Peguis Central School Junior Chief and Council are: Brandt Whiteway (Junior Chief), Terri Lynn Daniels, Kierston Sinclair, Emma Bear and Jewel Manningway.

Friday, April 01, 2022
Another successful Fish Derby organized by Peguis Central and Peguis Free Spirits Peguis Central School annual fishing derby was held at Lake St. Andrews on March 6. The event was held in partnership with Peguis Free Spirits Child Care Centre. The event broke down into two divisions: Pre School – Grade 5 and Grades 6 – 12. Prize money was awarded in two categories: Jackfish and Pickerel. The first prize in each category was $400 and 5th prize was $50. An adult division was added to “promote mental wellness.” The event participants registered onsite into divisions and those who catch the biggest fish in each division won prize money. There were many winners. Parents who accompanied their children paid a fee of $20. Altogether, 92 adults registered in the event. “The fish derby was well attended,” said Education Director, Sherry Sutherland. “It was nice to see parents investing time with their children and passing on their cultural practices on fishing. We fed them as well and everyone enjoyed it. Good way to spend Sunday and promote our cultural traditions.”