Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools is governed by a 10-member Board of Education that sets all policies for the division and is ultimately responsible for its operations.
Seven at-large trustees represent Saskatoon, and one trustee represents each of our three subdivisions: rural areas around Saskatoon, including Martensville and Warman (Subdivision 1); Humboldt (Subdivision 2); and Biggar (Subdivision 3).
There's a lot going on in K-12 education in Saskatchewan. Here's some information to help you stay up-to-date.
Theodore court case ruling
We continue to be a welcoming community for all people who Catholic education despite a controversial Court of Queen's Bench ruling about funding non-Catholic students attending Catholic schools.
Support the Schools You Can Believe In fundraising campaign to keep resources in the classroom (Nov. 15, 2017)
Government of Saskatchewan joins appeal (June 14, 2017)
SCSBA Appeals the court decision (May 2, 2017)
Read more in our letter to parents (April 26, 2017)
Download a sample letter/email to elected officials to continue support of Catholic education in Saskatchewan
List of Saskatchewan Members of the Legislative Assembly
Bill 63, Amendments to the Education Act
On April 5, 2017, the Government of Saskatchewan tabled Bill 63, Amendments to the Education Act proposing a shift in control of school divisions to the Minister of Education, away from Boards of Education.
Read more in our letter to parents (April 2017)
Provincial Budget 2017
The provincial budget released on March 22, 2017, announced a funding reduction of $54 million for K-12 education in Saskatchewan. For our division, that means an accumulated shortfall of $9.7 million.
Read more in our letter to parents (March 2017)
Kindergarten - Grade 12 Education Governance Review
In late 2016-early 2017, the Government of Saskatchewan conducted a governance review for kindergarten to Grade 12 education—part of the "transformational change" to education we have been hearing about since June's provincial budget. Deputy Premier and Minister of Education Don Morgan has stated that amalgamating school divisions and eliminating elected boards of education, and replacing them with government appointed boards, are possibilities.
Read the recently release report on K-12 education governance.
Read our Board of Education's written response for the review.
Read the provincial advisory panel's review (March 2017)