Information, forms and resources are available to support education professionals as they continue to put Saskatchewan students first.
Learn about the Counsel for Children program as it relates to children and youth and the lawyers who may represent them in child protection proceedings.
Learn about the education property tax (EPT) system.
Learn more about how your school can explore other cultures through an international virtual classroom exchange.
Learn more about the role of language assistants in schools.
Find information on reports and manuals for the distribution of school division funding.
Find reports and information about Saskatchewan K-12 Enrolment by school division type and grade.
Find information on how to apply for designation as a Qualified Independent School.
Find information on the criteria, benefits, and how to register an independent school in the province.
School administrators forms and documents on provincial examination and student services programs.
Learn who to contact when reporting teacher misconduct and incompetence.
A number of documents are available to school divisions to help manage finances.
Programs are available to assist school divisions keep their schools and facilities in a good condition.
School Divisions can access the Student Data System for Student Cumulative, Tracking and Assessment Records.
Read the legislation related to transporting students.
Ensuring Saskatchewan students are safe and supported at school and in their communities.
Learn about the support and resources available to school divisions for learners with English as an Additional Language needs.
The Odyssey full-time language assistant program assigns language assistants to French Immersion or francophone schools across Saskatchewan.
From September to May 31, Language Assistants:
Learn more about how your school can support and encourage the use of technology in the learning experience.