An Evening of Song
Don't miss this annual showcase of our high school choirs on May 28 at the Cathedral of the Holy Family at 7:30 p.m. Choirs from Bethlehem, Bishop Mahoney, Holy Cross and St. Joseph will be featured.
Apply now for our Grade 8 EcoJustice program
EcoJustice is an environmental, adventure-based program where Grade 8 students learn through real-life connections with the community and the environment. Deadline to apply is Thursday, May 30. More info and the application are on the EcoJustice website. Visit the EcoJustice website.
Trustees approve 2013-2014 school-year calendar
The Board of Education has approved next year's school-year calendar. After listening to what our community told us in our recent survey, the calendar maintains week-long February and Easter breaks for students. The news release and calendar are available here.
Martell honoured with Indspire award
Gordon Martell, a superintendent of education with Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools, is one of the first winners of Indspire's prestigious Guiding the Journey awards for Indigenous educators.
St. Anne School receives national recognition for innovation
St. Anne School has won a national award for its innovation in teaching and learning, as selected by the Canadian Education Association (CEA). Out of 78 entries from across Canada, St. Anne was awarded second place. Find out more in this CEA news release.
We Day Saskatchewan inspires and amazes
Hundreds of students from our division attended this special day in Saskatoon. Read more about it here.
St. Joseph hosts We Day announcement
Free the Children founder Craig Kielberger visited St. Joseph High School to announce the entertainers for February's We Day Saskatchewan. Find out more here.
Students provided with new workout gear
Brainsport - The Running Store and the Kinsmen Club of Saskatoon teamed up to outfit St. Mary's middle years students so they can properly use their school's new fitness centre. Read more here.
Message about new funding from provincial government
Diane Boyko, Chair of the Board of Education, sent this letter to parents and caregivers about the provincial government's recent announcement of $1.7 million in new funding for Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools.
Tips for parents following Newtown
Our condolences go out to the families affected by the Connecticut school tragedy. Parents may wonder how they should respond to childrens' questions following the tragedy in Newtown. This information sheet provides several tips.
Emergency preparedness in schools
Our school division works closely with the Saskatoon Police Service and Saskatoon Fire and Protective Services to create our emergency response plans. Learn more in this information flyer for parents.
Go to our Human Resources page to learn about our latest employment opportunities. Application forms are available here as well.
Need to locate a school?
The link below opens up a PDF map of Saskatoon showing the location of our Saskatoon schools.
To search for a specific school by name:
- look for the Bookmarks tab on the top left-hand margin of the document and click on it
- a list of schools appears; click on the name of the school you'd like to locate.
Parent/Caregiver access to student information
Parents are invited to monitor their child’s attendance and progress. Your child's school must have your email address on record before you can sign in to access your child's attendance record and report card. There are instructions on the page for first-time users.
If you have just submitted your email address to the school, please allow 24 hours before attempting to log in.