Box 1117 200 9th Avenue East, Rosetown SK, S0L 2V0
Phone: 306-882-2644

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Just a friendly reminder to parents who are dropping off and picking up their children at school. Traffic can be very hectic around the school, and there is often little room to navigate. To ensure the safety of our children we ask that you please refrain from using the parking lots on the East and West sides of the school. We have designated the side streets of Herkimer Street, George Street, King Street as pick up areas. Students should use the crosswalks to access these streets. We thank you in advance for helping to make our school a safer place for all.



2018-19 Supply List


If you wish to register your child in Walter Aseltine School, Rosetown please complete the online form from the link below. This registration form is for Kindergarten students and students new to Sun West School Division. 

Proof of student’s legal name and date of birth will be required for registration.  The original birth certificate, passport and/or landed immigrant documents will need to be provided at the school prior to student attendance.   

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Current Sun West School Division students may not need to complete the full registration and may be able to register directly at the school. 

If you are new to Canada, there will be additional documents required at the school for the registration of a student.  Originals of documents required include: work permit(s), study permit(s), permanent residency documentation from IRCC, or refugee claimant status documentation from IRCC.

If you have question regarding documentation required, please contact the school based-administrator.  During the summer months, you may contact the Sun West School Division Office at 306-882-2677.



Just a friendly reminder…W.A.S. is a Nut Aware School. We have some students and staff members who are allergic to nuts and/or peanuts. We encourage parents not to send these products to school, but if you forget, a room will be provided where students can eat their nut products, wash their hands, and then return to their regular classrooms. Thanks for your assistance in making W.A.S. a safe place for all of us.


All parents of kindergarten and grade one children need to be aware that children in this age group are not allowed to bring their bicycles to school. This rule is in place to ensure the safety and security of the children and applies to all K – Grade 1 students even if accompanied by a parent. We encourage parents to reinforce this rule at home and if they wish to accompany their children to school in the morning that they enjoy a nice walk together. Your cooperation is very much appreciated and will help keep the children safe.


As technology becomes more accessible, there has been an increase in students bringing handheld games, tablets, and/or cell phones to school. The presence of cameras and internet capability on some of these devices raises concerns of privacy, etc. At school we cannot guarantee the safety of these devices so we ask that parents play a role in determining the necessity of having these devices at school. If students bring them to school we ask that they remain discreetly in the student’s backpack or in a safe place determined by the students’ classroom teachers until after school.

There may be opportunities for students to use their own electronic devices in classrooms. If this happens, special arrangements will be made for such use, however, again, the school will not be responsible for loss or damage. No electronics will be allowed on the playground. Thank you for your cooperation


"Success for everyone"






We are educating for life to empower our students with knowledge and sklls to become independent life-long learners in the global community.

Our focus is on student-centred learning.  Responsibility for learning is shared by home, school and the community.  We are supportive, collaborative,  compassionate members of a community in our school, our neighbourhoods and our global society.  Within this inviting, caring and safe environment, we celebrate our differences and build on our strengths.

By nuturing, inspiring, challenging and motivating for success, we meet the diverse needs of all students.  We develoip the whole person: intellectually, physically, emotionally, socially and culturally.  Our school family builds solid ethical character and healthy positive relationships by developing the virtues of empathy, conscience, self-control, respect, kindness, tolerance and fairness.

We educate for life.


Our mission is to educate for life.  We provide a positive, caring, safe atmosophere that encourages:

  • Learning and understanding
  • Critical and creative thinking
  • Respect and responsibility
  • Cooperation and collaboration
  • Inclusion and equality
  • Excellence and independence

We are committed to meeting the needs of all our students.





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