Growth in Indigenous languages and Global Sports Academy according to Sask Rivers reports

 By Michael Oleksyn  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Indigenous language programming and the Global Sports Academy at Carlton Comprehensive both have shown significant growth in the Saskatchewan Rivers School Division, according to an update provided at the board’s Feb. 12 meeting. Director of education Neil Finch substituted for superintendent Jennifer Hingley on the Indigenous language report and superintendent Jeff Court, former principal of Carlton, provided the Global Sports Academy report to the board. Global Sports has grown to include 70 student athletes in three programs, High School Hockey, Grade 7 and 8 Hockey and high School Multi-Sport. Last year the same program had 49 enrolled according to the report. Finch said that the program continues to grow at a substantial rate. “Global Sports has been a very successful program for our…

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