National Indigenous History Month

National Indigenous History Month

In June, Canadians celebrate National Indigenous History Month, an opportunity to honour the heritage, contributions, and cultures of Indigenous peoples in Canada.  On June 21st, Canadians from all walks of life are invited to participate in National Indigenous Peoples Day events that will be taking place from coast to coast to coast.

National Indigenous History Month provides an opportunity to recognize not only the historic contributions of indigenous peoples to the development of Canada, but also the strength of present-day indigenous communities and their promise for the future.

Celebrating National Indigenous History Month in June is an important tribute to the heritage and diversity of First Nation, Inuit, and Métis communities across Canada.

Source: Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan 

Congratulations, Graduates!

Congratulations to the Sacred Heart High School Graduating Class of 2024 as they prepare to celebrate graduation liturgy and commencement services Saturday, May 25.

May God Bless you in all your future endeavors.

Embracing the Journey of Reconciliation

🌟 Embracing the Journey of Reconciliation 🌟

This short film was created by the Indigenous Leadership Team of the Saskatchewan Catholic School Board Association and in partnership with the Saskatchewan Knights of Columbus Charitable Foundation to celebrate World Catholic Education Week 2024.

Together we walk proudly in two worlds honouring Faith, Truth, and Reconciliation. This group was inspired by the Papal visit and apology of 2022. As Catholic School Divisions, we continue to learn and grow as we walk together in the spirit of Truth and Reconciliation. We stand united in our resolve to support staff, students, and our broader community on this transformative journey. Through our heartfelt testimonies, inspiring initiatives, and meaningful collaborations, this powerful short film embodies the spirit of Rebuilding, Renewing, and Restoring. This film compels viewers to feel the profound importance of this work as we strive to honor Indigenous voices, histories, and cultures within our Catholic education system. Join us as we reflect on the strides we’ve made and the work that lies ahead and how we can rely on faith throughout our personal and professional journeys.

Trailer / Reel:    https://youtu.be/VMWpwVx4kBk 

Short Film:        https://youtu.be/Jn3mhp2bdQk

CTTCS Parent / Guardian Survey 2023-24

Parent / Guardian Survey

Every two years, Christ the Teacher Catholic Schools offers a Parent / Guardian survey as an opportunity to provide feedback on four key dimensions of school:  Faith Formation, Student Learning, School Climate, and Communications.

Thank you to all who took time to provide feedback.

A summary of the statement that had the highest percentage of responses for each dimension are listed below. 

To view the complete survey results, please link HERE

Online Security

Staying Safe Online:
Tips & Tricks for Internet Security

Students as well as Parents & Guardians are invited to visit the Youth and Guardian online security lessons linked below.

These resources are provided to all CTTCS students and families, and builds on internet safety and digital media literacy lessons.

Visit knowsecurity.ca to access both the student and guardian “tracks”.