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Prairie Valley School Division
Located within Treaty 4 Territory
Reasons to work at Prairie Valley School Division

We offer all staff:

  • Great working hours and vacation days
  • Competitive benefits
  • Professional development and personal growth
  • Progressive technology
  • Community support and involvement
  • Schools that are student centered--we strive to base our decisions on what is best for kids
  • A variety of lifestyle choices: urban, suburban, small town, country, and resort living

We offer bus drivers:

  • Free professional training
  • Modern buses with up-to-date safety technology
  • Supportive work environment
  • Excellent hours for those who want to work part-time with a fixed schedule
  • Summers off
  • Competitive salaries
  • Free uniforms, winter jackets and caps
  • Ability to take your small children with you

We offer teachers:

  • Professional development and career growth opportunities such as:
      • Onboarding and training
      • Specialization in curriculum areas, such as literacy, technology, numeracy and others
      • Annual school-directed professional development funds as well as personal professional development accounts after five years
      • Movement into positions throughout our division through an expression of interest process, including  growth opportunities like school-based administration, consultant/coordinator or superintendent positions
      • A variety of school settings and a range of different experiences that help teachers grow professionally
  • A progressive and equitable school year calendar that incorporates 184 student days per year (310 minutes per day) and offers flexibility for schools, continuous blocks of instructional time to maximize student contact and a healthy work-life balance for staff
  • Unique programming including magnet programming and distance learning to provide more possibilities for students in smaller schools, second languages like French, Cree and Saulteaux, Prekindergarten programs, career counseling for Grade 10 to 12 students, a variety of extra-curricular activities in athletics, arts and clubs and enhanced PAA, Arts Education and cultural programming. 
  • A direct service delivery model that provides targeted services to students and support to teachers, including student services (psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists and speech and language pathologists),consultants with specialization in subject areas such as English language arts, literacy, math, science, arts education, library and differentiation.
  • Integration of technology in the classroom, including:
      • Laptops for teachers to use in the classroom and to complete other school business
      • A 3:1 student to computer ratio and iPads for student use.
      • By 2015, Smartboards in all instructional spaces
  • Pay or days off in lieu of time committed to providing extra-curricular or noon hour supervision through service recognition days.

As a staff member of Prairie Valley, you will:

  • Know that your contribution matters to your leadership and your peers
  • Know that your hard work will make a difference in children’s lives
  • Be guaranteed to have clear expectations and ongoing feedback
  • Have access to high levels of support, including a team of professionals such as psychologists, literacy teachers, curriculum consultants and many others!