CTTCS Employee Advent Wellness Invitation – Week 1


CTTCS recognizes the importance of practicing self-care so that we can provide the best quality support for the students in our schools.

That is why the division has provided each staff member access to the Canadian Mental Health Association’s online resource Not Myself Today

As well, we invite division staff to take part in daily invitations.  Each post to social media using the hashtag #CTTCSWell2021 is an entry for a weekly draw.

Parent & Guardian Survey 2021

Parent / Guardian Survey

Christ the Teacher Catholic Schools is committed to working together with parents and caregivers in partnership to promote faith formation and student learning.  We believe education is a collaborative process involving close interaction among the family, parish, and school.

To provide parents & guardians the opportunity to offer feedback into the programs and services available in our schools, CTTCS is committed to conducting a parent & guardian survey every two years.

This year, the Parent & Guardian survey will be available online at http://www.christtheteacher.ca/surveys/ from Friday, November 19th through Friday, December 10th.  Please contact your student’s school for the password.

Thank you in advance for your feedback, which serves as an opportunity to celebrate the good work occurring in our schools and Division, and inform on areas to be targeted for action planning and improvement.

Financial Literacy Month

November is Financial Literacy Month

November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada. During Financial Literacy Month, the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada engages with Canadians and works together with organizations across the country to help strengthen the financial literacy of individuals and families.

This year, Financial Literacy Month will focus on the renewed National Financial Literacy Strategy, and the importance of building financial resilience in challenging times and a digital economy. The campaign theme Make change that counts! aligns with the theme of the National Strategy and its call to action to make changes to the financial ecosystem to ensure it is accessible, inclusive, and effective for all Canadians.

Throughout the month, messages will focus on the following sub-themes based on the National Strategy’s key building blocks that have been proven to help consumers develop the skills, capacity and behaviours that lead to financial resilience.

  • Week 1 (November 1 to 6): Managing expenses to keep up with bills and credit commitments
  • Week 2 (November 7 to 13): Managing debt to feel in control of your overall debt situation
  • Week 3 (November 14 to 20): Managing savings to prepare for financial shocks and unexpected expenses, and achieve your financial goals
  • Week 4 (November 21 to 30): Navigating the financial marketplace with knowledge and confidence

From:  https://www.canada.ca/en/financial-consumer-agency/campaigns/financial-literacy-month.html

2021-2022 Return to School Plan

Christ the Teacher Catholic Schools
Return to School 2021-2022 Plans
The Christ the Teacher Catholic Schools Return to School Plan was developed with considerations from the Government of Saskatchewan Safe Schools Plan 2021-22- Updated Aug 20, the Government of Saskatchewan Living with COVID-19, and also in consultation with Local Medical Health Officers, and a review of effective practices from the 2020-21 school year plan.  Plans may change to incorporate additional measures depending on COVID activity in our communities and will be considered in consultation with the local medical health officers.
To access the CTTCS Return to School 2021-22 Plan, please link HERE
To view a summary graphic, please link HERE
Schools will communicate site-specific details on school operations directly with students & families.

2021-2022 School Calendar

2021-2022 School Calendar 

The 2021-22 school year calendar  was approved at the April 12, 2021 Board Meeting.

It is also posted under the “Division – Parents – Calendars” tab.

The 2021-2022 school calendar was developed in collaboration with Good Spirit School Division, Good Spirit Teachers’ Association, Christ the Teacher Teachers’ Association, and Christ the Teacher Catholic School Division.  As well, calendar options were posted for public feedback by both school divisions.  Based on the feedback received, the committee recommended this calendar for approval.

The Saskatchewan Education Act requires the following:

– A minimum of 950 hours of instructional time per year;
– Six weeks of summer vacation;
– Post Labour Day student start time, with an exception if Labour Day falls on September 5 or later (2021 Labour Day is September 6);
 – Christmas break that begins no later than December 23 and ends no sooner than January 2;
– Spring break with no more than 5 consecutive days.