UPDATE – September 25, 2020

Southland Transportation Ltd. has informed Christ the Teacher RCSSD No.212 that Route #2 will be ready to provide transportation services starting October 1st.  

Thank you for your continued patience and understanding.

Letter to Parents

Links to the routes affected. 



Pam Saretsky


Safe Schools Plan – August 27, 2020

August 27, 2020

The Ministries of Health and Education have worked together to create a comprehensive parent package to help families prepare for the beginning of school on September 8, 2020. Please link HERE to access the parent package.  For a PDF version of the communication, please download Safe Schools Plan Parent Package.

The package includes:

  • Information on the Safe Schools Plan
  • General tips for parents and caregivers
  • Mask wearing information for children
  • Information on testing options and process
  • Information on COVID-19 notification and illness in school
  • Information on the threshold for changes to in-classroom learning

UPDATED August 21, 2020 Return to School Plan Fall

Return to School 2020 Plan

When the Government of Saskatchewan announced that in-class learning would resume September 1, 2020, Christ the Teacher Catholic School Division staff continued preparations to support the safe return for all students, staff members, and families when schools re-open.

The details of the Christ the Teacher Catholic Schools Re-Open Plan aligns with the guidelines outlined in the Government of Saskatchewan’s Primary and Secondary Educational Institution Guidelines.  It is intended to provide additional details on the instructional and operational routines to be implemented.  Individual schools will also develop plans aligned with these guidelines that reflect the unique elements of their school environment.  Please link HERE to access the most recent version of the Christ the Teacher Catholic Schools Re-Open Plan.  We recognize that division plans will evolve as required by emerging health risk assessments.

It is intended that the Division’s Re-Open Plan incorporates 8 safe components including:

  • Safe Attendance
  • Safe Transportation
  • Safe Access
  • Safe Facilities
  • Safe Classrooms
  • Safe Supports
  • Safe Activities
  • Safe Alternatives

To review the Saskatchewan Safe School Plan for Return to in-Classroom Learning pamphlet, please link here.

CTTCS Board Elections

School Board Elections

Board of Education trustees are elected during civic elections that are held every four years.

The next civic election is scheduled for November 9, 2020.

Nominations will open no later than September 22, 2020 and close October 7, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.

Christ the Teacher Catholic Schools’ Board of Education consists of eight (8) elected trustees.  

  • 2 Trustees – Melville – City at Large
  • 1 Trustee – Sub-division No. 1 (Theodore & surrounding rural area)
  • 1 Trustee – Sub-division No. 2 (Geographic area surrounding Melville)
  • 1 Trustee – Sub-division No. 3 (Rural area surrounding Yorkton)
  • 3 Trustees – Yorkton – City at Large

A Chair and Vice-Chair are chosen from among the 8 trustees.


Download Christ the Teacher Catholic Schools’ Trustee Candidate Information package to learn more about the role of Catholic Board of Education trustees and becoming a candidate.

Learn More about Board of Education elections from Saskatchewan School Boards Association (SSBA)

The Saskatchewan Catholic School Boards Association (SCSBA) offers additional information for trustee candidates, including a Trustee Brochure

City of Melville Elections

Village of Theodore

City of Yorkton Elections



Contact Lorinda Schramm

Contact Lorinda Schramm

Christ the Teacher Catholic Schools – Speech and Language Pathologist

45A Palliser Way, Yorkton, Sask. S3N 4C5
Phone: (306) 783-8787
Fax: (306) 783-4992

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Theodore Litigation Update – March 25, 2020

March 25, 2020

Dear parents and caregivers:

On March 25, 2020, the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal ruled in favour of the appeal of the Theodore case in a unanimous decision.

This decision overturns the 2017 ruling that sought to limit public funding for students who choose to attend Catholic schools in Saskatchewan but lack a Catholic baptismal certificate.

Background information on the Theodore case can be found at www.opencatholiceducation.ca.

I am sure you are as relieved and grateful for this decision as I am. Even though the Government of Saskatchewan has assured us they would do whatever is necessary to protect your choice for your child’s education, this ruling confirms what we have said and believed all along: as parents, you know what is best for your children and you should be able to choose Catholic, faith-based education if that is what you want—no matter your reason, faith background or tradition.

I speak for our entire Board of Education when I say thank you for entrusting us with your child’s education. Despite some uncertainty for some of you, you made a choice. We are both humbled and encouraged that so many of you continue to want Catholic education for your family.

I also thank all of the donors who generously gave to fund the appeal. Because of you, all eight Catholic boards in the province were able to keep education funds in the classroom and not divert them to cover costly courtroom expenses.

A significant amount of time and money has been spent on this court case, and we are hopeful that we can all refocus our energy and resources on our students and families to build upon the exemplary model of education we have in this province. However, Good Spirit (Public) School Division does have an option to ask the Supreme Court of Canada to consider the case.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to ask me or one of my fellow trustees.

Blessings to you all!

Sincerely,Dwight Guy, Board of Education ChairChrist the Teacher Catholic School Division