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The Book:  The idea of producing a book that chronicled the history of Nutana sprung from the committee's first meeting.  The challenge was accepted.  The book committee has produced a small coffee table style book that uses text and photos to capture the essence and evolution of Nutana Collegiate.  It's entitled Lit Nights to Hip Hop.

Lit Nights to Hip Hop is a light history of Nutana Collegiate as it grows and changes with the growth and changes within the City of Saskatoon.  The book includes a foreward by Dr. Shirley Figley, Nutana Collegiate's 19th Principal and a Preface by Earl Eidem, alumna and Chair of the Book Committee.  Book design was by Articulate Eye.

Tom Simes
Tom Simes
The Documentary DVD: Tom Simes was born and raised in Saskatoon.  He attended the University of Saskatchewan (B.S.P.E. 1988). He became a classroom teacher in 1989
and immediately began using drama as a means of reaching his students on an emotional level. By the mid 90’s he was developing small film projects and teaching young people how to film and edit through a course called Media Studies. For four summers starting in 2004 he taught a short course in film aptly titled “Movie Making in the Mountains” in Canmore Alberta. It was through this experience Tom decided it was time to take a risk and shoot a feature film. He contacted Chris Funk, a former Media Studies student and the two of them formed Five Stones Films in the fall of 2005. Their first film, “Season of Dreams” (2007), a documentary on Saskatchewan’s love affair with football premiered to an audience of 1700 people Saskatchewan people do love their football). In 2008 it was picked up by Canada’s sports network TSN and was featured at the Yorkton International Film Festival. In 2009 Tom wrote and directed the feature film “Run”. It was selected into the Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival and garnered four award nominations including Best Picture. “Run” has also been selected into the International Family Film Festival in Hollywood, CA and the Yellowknife Film Festival.

On a personal note,
Tom is a teacher at Nutana and has been happily married to Michelle for 25 years.  They have four children ranging in ages from 9 to 19.

The film is a celebration of how Nutana has helped shape young lives which in turn have ultimately impacted Saskatoon and the world beyond.  The story  The story will be mostly chronological covering "the eras" from 1910-1930, 1930-1950, 1950-1970, 1970-1990 and 1990 to the present.  There are lot of still pictures interspersed with interviews of former and current staff and students. 

Doug Porteous,a former Nutana student narrates the documentary.
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The Scholarship Fund:  This legacy item is the most important and hopefully the most rewarding in its creation.  The previous reunion committees have all left money toward the scholarship fund and so it is our intention to do so.  This fund is used to financially support the students as a whole and as individuals.  Please donate to this fund in order to change the lives of the future students of Nutana.

Donations are tax-deductible and will be acknowledged on this website unless you specify otherwise.

Please make cheques payable to Saskatoon Public School Board with memo "for the Nutana100 Celebration Fund".

Mail to:

c/o Parkerquine LLP chartered accountants
201 - 500 Spadina Cres East
Saskatoon, SK  S7K 4H9

Thank you for your trust and support.
Nutana100 Celebration Committee Inc