End of Year Blessing


End of Year Blessing

As we come to the end of the 2020-21 school year, we wish you all a safe, restful, and blessed summer holiday!

Mosaic School Nutrition Challenge

Mosaic School Nutrition Challenge

Congratulations to Dreambuilders High School on being recognized as one of the ten schools in Saskatchewan named as a recipient of a $10,000 grant to support student nutrition as part of this year’s Mosaic School Nutrition Challenge.

Dreambuilders High School project highlights centre around reconciliation, with grant funding to help create indoor and outdoor gardens and implement environmental programming.

Thank You to Mosaic Company and the Saskatchewan School Boards Association for your support!

2021 Mosaic School Nutrition Challenge Media Release

Backgrounder — MSNC Winners 2021

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.


Theodore Case Update

February 25, 2021


Dear parents and caregivers;


On February 25, 2021, the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed Good Spirit (Public) School Division’s application for leave to appeal the Theodore case to the Supreme Court of Canada.


This means that the unanimous decision of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal that overturned the April 2017 trial decision stands. Good Spirit has exhausted their legal options, and the decision of the Appeal Court remains the law in Saskatchewan—which can be considered a victory for both religious and parental rights and freedoms.


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


I am sure you are as happy and relieved by this decision as I am. Even though the Government of Saskatchewan assured us they would do whatever is necessary to protect your choice for your child’s education, this decision definitively 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 pleased 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.



Blessings to you all!



Dwight Guy, Board of Education Chair        

Christ the Teacher Roman Catholic Separate School Division No. 212           

2020 – 2021 School Year Calendar

2020-21 School Year Calendar

Please note that on August 15th, it was announced that all schools in Saskatchewan would begin classes for the 2020-21 school year on September 8, 2020.  Please note that start date for student attendance.