Over 500 student leaders from across the province are preparing to gather at Langenburg Central School for the 2018 Saskatchewan Student Leadership Conference, "Don't Stop Believing."
This exciting event scheduled for Sept. 19-21, 2018, will include breakout sessions, student and advisor networking, keynote addresses by Katie Bergman, Jon Montgomery, and Jess Moskaluke, as well as an Amazing Race challenge.
GSSD would like to welcome all staff and students from across the province to this incredible opportunity.
We would like to recognize staff, students and community members of Langenburg and surrounding area for the enthusiasm and dedication which has made this conference a reality.
Enjoy the conference and make the most of it.
The Board of Education recognizes it is the acts of kindness and the extra special personal touch for students that make our division extraordinary. Peer and community recognition of staff accomplishments is the basis for this program. All GSSD employees are eligible for this special award. Nomination deadline is Friday, October 5.
Sea Stars Poster
Sea Star Awards Nomination Criteria
Sea Star Awards Nomination Form
As the new school year begins, GSSD has launched its 2018-19Foundational Statements and Strategic Plan.
“Strategic planning allows us to focus our time and resources on goals which ultimately improve student learning and well-being”, Director of Education Quintin Robertson said. “The plan holds all staff accountable and encourages collaboration.”
Good Spirit School Division’s four focus areas and goals are reflective of the provincial Education Sector Strategic Plan. GSSDs 2018-19 Strategic Focus and Long-Term Goals feature two new Student & Family goals - student attendance and Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action.
Read the strategic focus and long term goals of GSSD - here
The Board of Education held their final 2017-18 Regular meeting and 2018-19 Organizational meeting on Thursday, August 30, 2018. To read the highlights from the meeting, please see that attached document or click here.
With the beginning of a new school year - GSSD would like to remind the public to be aware of school zones, speed limits, cross walks and bus stops. Motorists are reminded that when approaching a school bus, with amber flashing lights, you must slow down and proceed with caution. If the red lights are flashing, you must come to a complete stop. The greatest risk to the safety of children who are loading and unloading is motorists who fail to stop when traveling towards the bus from either direction.
We urge motorists to assist us in keeping our students safe.