Good Spirit School Division 204
Students Come First
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  • Mar 19, 2019
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    Student Services

    ​​​​​The Good Spirit School Division has adopted the vision for supporting student diversity that has been defined by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education. This vision promotes the inclusion of all students in their neighborhood schools and is based on exemplary practices and evidence based research.  Services and support to all learners are provided through a response to intervention model of service delivery.


    Student Services Support Team 

    Name  ​Phone ​Email  ​Office
    Director  of Education
    Quintin Robertson 

    3​​06.786.4750
    306.621.4594
    quintin.robertson@gssd.caFairview Education Centre in Yorkton
    Student Services Coordinator 
    Val Ruf 
    306.745.4607
    306.621.3916

    valerie.ruf@gssd.ca South Cluster Office at PJ Gillen School in Esterhazy

    Student Services Coordinator
    Michele Haczkewicz 
    306.786.5553
    306.621.7857
    michele.haczkewicz@gssd.caNorth Cluster Office at Canora Comp. School in Canora

    Student Services Coordinator ​​

    306.786.5588​
    306.641.4093


     laurel.welke@gssd.ca ​​​Central Cluster Office  at YRHS in Yorkton

    Alternative Education

    Saskatchewan’s education system is founded on shared values, actions and commitment to addressing the needs of individual learners using a Student First approach. The Ministry of Education embraces a Student First approach to education that puts the student front and centre.
    The needs of most secondary level students can be met through the Regular Education Program. Within the Secondary Level Regular Education Program there are three course options:

    • Provincial core curriculum
    • Locally modified courses
    • Locally developed courses.

    In order to meet the needs of students who may require a qualitatively different program, school divisions may offer Additional Education Programs that include:

    • Alternative Education Programs
    • Functional Integrated Programs.

    School divisions have the responsibility to make choices that will best serve the students in their jurisdictions.​

    Fast Facts

    • GSSD School Support Personnel are provided for all schools to access.
    • Student contacts are tracked throughout the school year to ensure that our students are receiving the maximum supports possible.
      • Professional Service Providers (PSPs) have made over 45000 student contacts. 
      • Approximately 1400 referrals for service at a 99% completion rate. 
    • School-Level Supports
      • ​Student Support Teachers (34 FTE or 1 per 175 students)
      • Educational Assistants (approximately 140,000 hours).

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