Student Services assists students and their families with:
I. GRAD PLANS
Each student in grade 9-12 should meet with one of the school counsellors to set up a grad plan. In order to graduate in Saskatchewan, students need 24 credits. Fifteen of the credits are compulsory and 9 of the credits are electives. Counsellors teach students about credits and work with them to create a grad plan which leads to graduation.
II. TRANSITION PLANS
Each student will need a plan after high school. These plans may be university, technical and trade schools, work, travel etc. Counsellors explore future options with students. Here, students can learn how to apply for post-secondary, order transcripts, apply for scholarships or create a resume. Each class in a student’s timetable should be connected to their graduation and/or transition plan.
III. LIFE PLANS
As students move forward in life, they may discover that things stand in their way of their graduation or transition plans. School counsellors provide a soft landing place where students can comfortably share what is standing in their way. Together students and counsellors explore life strategies to overcome adversity and discomfort building on independence, responsibility, work ethic and citizenship.
“You are a genius and your school and your community needs your input.”
Click on the counsellors’ photo below to send them an email. You can also call them at 306-922-3115. The counsellors are available in person Monday-Friday 8am-4pm.
I. Student Counsellors
- Mrs. McKay
- Miss Olson
III. Outside Agencies
- Constable Mark Malenfant- Police School Liaison
- Addictions/Mental Health PAPHR – Diana Wooden
- Nurses – Rikki Skiffington and Carolyn Strom – PAPHR (Tuesday)
- Public Health School Health Services