Careers with NLSD

Pre-Kindergarten Teacher - Hector Thiboutot Community School (Sandy Bay)
Date March 1, 2017

NORTHERN LIGHTS SCHOOL DIVISION #113

invites applications for the following position:

PRE-KINDERGARTEN TEACHER

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Hector Thiboutot Community School

 Sandy Bay, SK

The Hector Thiboutot Community School in Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan is a designated K-12 community school with approximately 566 students.  There is professional staff compliment of 38 including two vice-principals supported by paraprofessional, clerical and library staff.  Sandy Bay is a community of about 1500 located along the Churchill River system 443 km north east of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

This is a temporary full-time teaching position to start as soon as possible until June 30, 2017.  The successful candidate must be eligible for Saskatchewan teaching certification or Provisional Professional A teaching certification and have experience in Early Childhood Development.

Salary is according to the provincial grid plus a benefits package that includes subsidized, furnished housing and a northern living allowance.

For more information on the school and community, please contact the Superintendent of Education, Jason Young, at (306) 425-3302; the Principal, Susan Cox, at (306) 754-2139 or visit our website at www.nlsd113.com

POSITION IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Mail, fax or email (in Microsoft Word format) application with resume, cover letter, a list of three professional references and a criminal record check  (please note that any applications received without the proper documentation may not be considered) to:

Human Resources

Northern Lights School Division #113

Bag Service #6500

LA RONGE, SK S0J 1L0

Phone: (306) 425-8423

Fax: (306) 425-2555

E-mail: hroffice@nlsd113.com

Northern Lights School Division #113 is an Employment Equity Employer.  Individuals of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to self identify in their cover letter or resume.

 

Digital Technologies Teacher - La Loche Community School - Dene High School
Date February 28, 2017

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES TEACHER

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La Loche Community School – Dene Building

La Loche, SK

The La Loche Community School provides educational programming for students K-12 in two separate buildings with a total enrolment of 876 students and teaching staff of 57 teachers plus 26 paraprofessionals.  The above position is in the Dene Building (grades 7-12); a modern, well equipped facility with an enrolment of 418 students, 28 teachers plus 6 paraprofessionals.

This is a temporary full-time teaching position to commence as soon as possible until June 30, 2017. The successful candidate must be eligible for Saskatchewan Professional A or Provisional Professional A teaching certification. Teaching responsibilities will include Computer Science, Information Processing 30, Media Studies 20, Photography 20/30 and Native Studies 30.

Salary is according to the provincial grid plus a benefits package that includes subsidized, furnished housing and a northern living allowance. Moving assistance may be available.

For more information on the school and community, please contact the Superintendent of Education, Barry Kimbley at (306) 288-2310; Principal, Greg Hatch at (306) 822-2223 or visit our website at www.nlsd113.com

POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Mail, fax or email (in Microsoft Word format) application with resume, cover letter, list of three professional references and a current criminal record check (please note that any applications received without the proper documentation may not be considered) to:

Human Resources

Northern Lights School Division #113

Bag Service #6500

LA RONGE, SK S0J 1L0

Phone: (306) 425-8441

Fax: (306) 425-2555

E-mail: hroffice@nlsd113.com

The Northern Lights School Division is an Employment Equity Employer.  Individuals of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to self-identify in their cover letter or resume.

Teachers for 2017-2018 School Year - All Locations
Date February 27, 2017

Are you ready for years full of memorable experiences and beautiful scenery?

Northern Lights School Division #113 is preparing for the 2017-2018 school year by accepting applications for a variety of K-12 teaching positions.

NLSD #113 is a provincial school system serving a predominately aboriginal student population comprised of 20 schools, located in 18 communities across beautiful and serene Northern Saskatchewan. Our schools offer many exciting and successful programs and range from 10 to 500 students per school. We follow the Saskatchewan Education Curriculum enriched by the Cree, Dene and French language and diverse culture of our communities. For additional information on our schools and communities, please visit our website at www.nlsd113.ca

We Offer Our Employees:

•          Salary as per provincial collective agreement plus northern allowance

•          Comprehensive Benefits Package and Pension Plan

*          Subsidized, furnished housing

*          Moving allowance (may be available)

•          Support for New Teachers

•          Professional Development and Bursaries

Mail, fax or email (in PDF or Microsoft Word format) application with resume, cover letter, a list of three professional references and a criminal record check with vulnerable sector search to:

Human Resources

Northern Lights School Division #113

Bag Service #6500

LA RONGE, SK  S0J 1L0

Fax: (306) 425-2555

E-mail: hroffice@nlsd113.com

Applications will be reviewed on-going, with interviews conducted as soon as possible. Suitable candidates will be offered positions available at that time and other successful applicants will be added to our "pool of potential teachers" and offered positions as more become available.

Northern Lights School Division #113 is an Employment Equity Employer.  Individuals of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to self-identify in their cover letter or resume.

We appreciate the interest of all applicants but only candidates chosen to be interviewed will be contacted.

 

Home Visitor - Kids First North (Pinehouse Lake)
Date February 14, 2017

        

Requires a

                                 Full Time Term Position Home Visitor for Pinehouse Lake, SK.

Ending September 15, 2017

(with the possibility of an extension)

Job Summary

Under the direction and supervision of the Home Visiting Supervisor:

1)      Provide ongoing intensive support services primarily through home visits, to assigned families and/or pregnant women.

2)      Liaisons with the community to case find prenatal women and/or parents with children aged 0 – 3 years at high risk.

3)      Utilize a Home Visiting curriculum

4)      The ideal candidate shall possess a minimum of a certificate in Early Childhood Education. 

5)      The ideal candidate will be asked to work independently and to possess the skills necessary to gather input from the communities through community planning meetings.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

²  Possess good interpersonal skills

²  Culturally sensitive

²  Ability to conduct oneself in a manner appropriate to the policies and procedures of KidsFirst NORTH

²  Ability to build partnerships with collateral agencies within the assigned community

²  Ability to maintain confidentiality

²  It is required that the applicant have strong oral and communication skills that will assist them in providing reports on progress and to have strong computer skills to track progress electronically. 

²  Knowledge of the strength-based approach

²  Knowledge in early childhood development, family dynamics and prevention strategies.

²  Aware of challenges common to high risk families

²  Demonstrated ability to relate to families undergoing high degrees of stress

²  Able to handle high stress and emotionally demanding work environments

²  Must possess a valid driver’s license, access to a vehicle, obtain a $2,000,000.00 business liability insurance and have the ability to travel extensively

²  Able to work flexible hours

²  The ability to plan to achieve overall goals and objectives of the program are necessary.

²  Starting salary range from $31,905.00 to $40,675.00.  Dependent on qualifications and experience this may increase

Deadline Date: February 24, 2017

For additional information, please call Jeannette Chartier @ (306) 235-5436

Please submit resume to:

KidsFirst NORTH, Box 205, Buffalo Narrows, SK, S0M 0J0

Fax:  (306) 235-5435 or email: jeannettechartier@nlsd113.ca

A CRIMINAL RECORD CHECK WITH VULNERABLE SECTOR CHECK MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH THE RESUME TO BE CONSIDERED FOR AN INTERVIEW.

Thank you for your interest in KidsFirst NORTH, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 

Career Transition Teacher - Hector Thiboutot Community School (Sandy Bay)
Date January 31, 2017

 

NLSD #113 invites applications for the position of a temporary full-time

Career Transition Teacher

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Hector Thiboutot Community School

      Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan

The Hector Thiboutot Community School in Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan is a designated

K-12 community school with approximately 496 students.  There is professional staff compliment of 38 supported by paraprofessional, clerical and library staff.  Sandy Bay is a community of about 1500 located along the Churchill River system 443 km north east of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

This is a temporary full-time teaching position to start as soon as possible until March 10, 2017 (with the possibility of an extension). The successful candidates must be eligible for Saskatchewan Professional A or Provisional Professional A teaching certification.

Salary is according to the provincial grid plus a benefits package that includes subsidized, furnished housing and a northern living allowance.  Moving assistance may also be available.

For more information on the school and community, please contact the Superintendent of Education, Jason Young, at (306) 425-3302; the Principal, Susan Cox, at (306) 754-2139 or visit our website at www.nlsd113.com

POSITION IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Mail, fax or email (in Microsoft Word format) application with resume, cover letter, a list of three professional references and a criminal record check (please note that any applications received without the proper documentation may not be considered) to:

Human Resources

Northern Lights School Division #113

Bag Service #6500

LA RONGE, SK S0J 1L0

Phone: (306) 425-8441

Fax: (306) 425-2555

E-mail: hroffice@nlsd113.com

Northern Lights School Division #113 is an Employment Equity Employer.  Individuals of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to self-identify in their cover letter or resume.

Journeyperson Plumber - East Side
Date January 17, 2017

 

NLSD No.113 invites applications for the position of a permanent full-time

JOURNEYPERSON PLUMBER – East Side

Northern Lights School Division No. 113 requires talented, ambitious and self-motivated journeyperson plumber for residential and commercial buildings.  Must work with other team members with minimum supervision; must be trustworthy and be willing to travel to various locations. 

The successful candidate will be required to perform scheduled and emergency repairs at schools and housing units.  Plumber candidates must have Saskatchewan journeyperson status.

Northern Lights School Division No. 113 offers the following:  competitive base wage, paid for benefits package (i.e. vision/dental/health), sick leave entitlements, housing may be available, tool allowance, shift schedule varies depending on position, CVA may be provided for travel throughout school division or mileage will be paid for using a personal vehicle.

For further information please visit our website at www.nlsd113.com or contact Dennis Teichroeb, Superintendent of Facilities at (306) 425-3302.

POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Mail, fax or email resume (in PDF or Microsoft Word format) and a current criminal record check, (please note that any applications received without the proper documentation may not be considered) to:

Human Resources

Northern Lights School Division No. 113

Bag Service 6500

La Ronge, SK  S0J 1L0

Phone:  (306) 425-8441

Fax:  (306) 425-2555

Email:  hroffice@nlsd113.com

Northern Lights School Division #113 is an Employment Equity Employer.  Individuals of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to self-identify in their cover letter or resume.

 

Home Visitor - Kids First North (Beauval)
Date January 3, 2017

        

Requires a

                                  Full Time Term Position Home Visitor for Beauval, SK.

Ending April 30, 2018

Job Summary

Under the direction and supervision of the Home Visiting Supervisor:

1)      Provide ongoing intensive support services primarily through home visits, to assigned families and/or pregnant women.

2)      Liaisons with the community to case find prenatal women and/or parents with children aged 0 – 3 years at high risk.

3)      Utilize a Home Visiting curriculum

4)      The ideal candidate shall possess a minimum of a certificate in Early Childhood Education. 

5)      The ideal candidate will be asked to work independently and to possess the skills necessary to gather input from the communities through community planning meetings.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

²  Possess good interpersonal skills

²  Culturally sensitive

²  Ability to conduct oneself in a manner appropriate to the policies and procedures of KidsFirst NORTH

²  Ability to build partnerships with collateral agencies within the assigned community

²  Ability to maintain confidentiality

²  It is required that the applicant have strong oral and communication skills that will assist them in providing reports on progress and to have strong computer skills to track progress electronically. 

²  Knowledge of the strength-based approach

²  Knowledge in early childhood development, family dynamics and prevention strategies.

²  Aware of challenges common to high risk families

²  Demonstrated ability to relate to families undergoing high degrees of stress

²  Able to handle high stress and emotionally demanding work environments

²  Must possess a valid driver’s license, access to a vehicle, obtain a $2,000,000.00 business liability insurance and have the ability to travel extensively

²  Able to work flexible hours

²  The ability to plan to achieve overall goals and objectives of the program are necessary.

²  Starting salary range from $31,905.00 to $40,675.00.  Dependent on qualifications and experience this may increase

Deadline Date: January 20, 2017

For additional information, please call Jeannette Chartier @ (306) 235-5436

Please submit resume to:

KidsFirst NORTH, Box 205, Buffalo Narrows, SK, S0M 0J0

Fax:  (306) 235-5435 or email: jeannettechartier@nlsd113.ca

A CRIMINAL RECORD CHECK WITH VULNERABLE SECTOR CHECK MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH THE RESUME TO BE CONSIDERED FOR AN INTERVIEW.

Thank you for your interest in KidsFirst NORTH, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 

Grade 5 Teacher - Valley View Community School (Beauval)
Date December 12, 2016

NLSD #113 invites applications for the position of a temporary full-time

GRADE 5 TEACHER

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Valley View Community School

Beauval, SK

The Valley View School is a K-12 community school with a teaching staff of 20 supported by para-professional, clerical, library and counseling staff.  It is located in Beauval, Saskatchewan and provides educational programming for approximately 281 students.

This is a temporary full-time teaching position to start as soon as possible until June 30, 2016.  The successful candidate must be eligible for Saskatchewan Professional or Provisional Professional A teaching certification.

Salary is according to the provincial grid plus a benefits package that includes subsidized, furnished housing and a northern living allowance.  Moving assistance may also be available

For more information on the school and community, please contact the Superintendent of Education, Mark Williment, at (306) 425-3302; the Principal, Arlene Hansen, at (306) 288-2022 or visit our website at www.nlsd113.com

POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Mail, fax or email (in Microsoft Word format) application with resume, cover letter, list of three professional references and a current criminal record check (please note that any applications received without the proper documentation will not be considered to:  

Human Resources

Northern Lights School Division #113

Bag Service #6500

LA RONGE, SK S0J 1L0

Phone: (306) 425-8441

Fax: (306) 425-2555

E-mail: hroffice@nlsd113.com

Northern Lights School Division #113 is an Employment Equity Employer.  Individuals of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to self-identify in their cover letter or resume.

 

Grade 9 Teacher - Hector Thiboutot Community School (Sandy Bay)
Date December 7, 2016

 

NLSD #113 invites applications for the position of a temporary full-time

GRADE 9 Teacher 

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Hector Thiboutot Community School

        Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan

The Hector Thiboutot Community School in Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan is a designated

K-12 community school with approximately 496 students.  There is professional staff compliment of 38 supported by paraprofessional, clerical and library staff.  Sandy Bay is a community of about 1500 located along the Churchill River system 443 km north east of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

This is a temporary full-time teaching position to start as soon as possible until January 24, 2017 (with the possibility of an extension). The successful candidates must be eligible for Saskatchewan Professional A or Provisional Professional A teaching certification.

Salary is according to the provincial grid plus a benefits package that includes subsidized, furnished housing and a northern living allowance.  Moving assistance may also be available.

For more information on the school and community, please contact the Superintendent of Education, Jason Young, at (306) 425-3302; the Principal, Susan Cox, at (306) 754-2139 or visit our website at www.nlsd113.com

POSITION IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Mail, fax or email (in Microsoft Word format) application with resume, cover letter, a list of three professional references and a criminal record check (please note that any applications received without the proper documentation may not be considered) to:

Human Resources

Northern Lights School Division #113

Bag Service #6500

LA RONGE, SK S0J 1L0

Phone: (306) 425-8441

Fax: (306) 425-2555

E-mail: hroffice@nlsd113.com

Northern Lights School Division #113 is an Employment Equity Employer.  Individuals of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to self-identify in their cover letter or resume.

Literacy Numeracy Catalyst Teacher - Hector Thiboutot Community School (Sandy Bay)
Date November 4, 2016

 

NLSD #113 invites applications for the position of a full-time

LITERACY NUMERACY CATALYST TEACHER

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Hector Thiboutot Community School

  Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan

The Hector Thiboutot Community School in Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan is a designated

K-12 community school with approximately 566 students.  There is professional staff compliment of 37 including two vice-principals supported by paraprofessional, clerical and library staff.  Sandy Bay is a community of about 1500 located along the Churchill River system 443 km north east of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

This is a full-time teaching position to start as soon as possible.   The successful candidate must be eligible for Saskatchewan Professional A or Provisional Professional A teaching certification.

Salary is according to the provincial grid plus a benefits package that includes subsidized, furnished housing and a northern living allowance.  Moving assistance may also be available.

For more information on the school and community, please contact the Superintendent of Education, Jason Young, at (306) 425-3302; the Principal, Susan Cox, at (306) 754-2139 or visit our website at www.nlsd113.com

POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Mail, fax or email (in Microsoft Word format) application with resume, cover letter, a list of three professional references and a criminal record check  (please note that any applications received without the proper documentation may not be considered) to:

Human Resources

Northern Lights School Division #113

Bag Service #6500

LA RONGE, SK S0J 1L0

Phone: (306) 425-8441

Fax: (306) 425-2555

E-mail: hroffice@nlsd113.com

Northern Lights School Division #113 is an Employment Equity Employer.  Individuals of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to self-identify in their cover letter or resume.

French Immersion Teacher - Churchill Community High School (La Ronge)
Date October 24, 2016

 

NLSD #113 invites applications for the position of temporary full-time

FRENCH IMMERSION TEACHER

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Churchill Community High School

La Ronge, SK

Churchill Community High School is a great school with a tradition of excellence in academics, athletics and the fine arts.  CCHS has a student population of 527 and a professional staff component of 38.

This is a full-time, temporary teaching position to commence January 30, 2017 until June 30, 2017. The successful candidate will be teaching Core French 7 & 8, Mathematiques 20 and Mieux-etre 10.  The successful candidate must also be eligible for Saskatchewan Professional or Provisional Professional A teaching certification.

Salary is according to the provincial grid plus a benefits package that includes a housing subsidy and a northern living allowance.  Moving assistance may also be available.

For more information on the school and community, please contact the Superintendent of Education, Mark Williment, at (306) 425-3302; the Principal, Scott Tomporowski or Vice-Principal, Kristianna Mercredi, at (306) 425-2255 or visit our website at www.nlsd113.com

Position Open Until Filled

Mail, fax or email (in PDF or Microsoft Word format) application with resume, cover letter, a list of three professional references and a criminal record check (please note that any applications received without the proper documentation will not be considered) to:

Human Resources

Northern Lights School Division #113

Bag Service #6500

LA RONGE, SK  S0J 1L0

Phone: (306) 425-8423

Fax: (306) 425-2555

E-mail: hroffice@nlsd113.com

Northern Lights School Division #113 is an Employment Equity Employer.  Individuals of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to self-identify in their cover letter or resume.

 

Social Worker - St. Pascal Community School (Green Lake)
Date September 30, 2016

 

NLSD #113 invites applications for the position of a permanent full-time

SOCIAL WORKER

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St.Pascal Community School

Green Lake, SK

St. Pascal Community School in Green Lake, SK requires a full-time Social Worker. 

This position is to start as soon as possible. Northern Lights School Division #113 offers an excellent salary and benefits package.

The successful candidate must possess the following:

·         Bachelor of Social Work Degree

·         eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers

·         counseling background

·         experience working with children and youth

·         a reliable vehicle and a valid driver’s license

·         cross-cultural experience

The ability to speak an Aboriginal Language is considered an asset for this position.

For more information on the school and community, please contact the Superintendent of Education, Barry Kimbley, at (306) 288-2310; the Principal, Jordan Kolbeck, at (306) 832-2148 or visit our website at www.nlsd113.com

POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Mail, fax or email (in PDF or Microsoft Word format) application with resume, cover letter, list of three professional references and a current criminal record check (please note that any applications received without the proper documentation will not be considered) to:

Human Resources

Northern Lights School Division #113

Bag Service #6500

LA RONGE, SK  S0J 1L0

Phone: (306) 425-8441

Fax: (306) 425-2555

E-mail: hroffice@nlsd113.com

Northern Lights School Division #113 is an Employment Equity Employer.  Individuals of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to self-identify in their cover letter or resume.

 

High School Teacher - Dene Building (La Loche)
Date June 17, 2016

 

HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER

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La Loche Community School – Dene Building

La Loche, SK

The La Loche Community School provides educational programming for students K-12 in two separate buildings with a total enrolment of 889 students and teaching staff of 58 teachers plus 24 paraprofessionals.  The above position is in the Dene Building (grades 7-12); a modern, well equipped facility with an enrolment of 418 students, 28 teachers plus 7 paraprofessionals.

This is a full-time, continuing teaching position to start as soon as possible. The successful candidate must be eligible for Saskatchewan Professional A or Provisional Professional A teaching certification.

Salary is according to the provincial grid plus a benefits package that includes subsidized, furnished housing and a northern living allowance. Moving assistance may be available.

For more information on the school and community, please contact the Superintendent of Education, Barry Kimbley at (306) 288-2310; Principal, Greg Hatch at (306) 822-2223 or visit our website at www.nlsd113.com

POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Mail, fax or email (in Microsoft Word format) application with resume, cover letter, list of three professional references and a current criminal record check (please note that any applications received without the proper documentation may not be considered) to:

Human Resources

Northern Lights School Division #113

Bag Service #6500

LA RONGE, SK S0J 1L0

Phone: (306) 425-8441

Fax: (306) 425-2555

E-mail: hroffice@nlsd113.com

The Northern Lights School Division is an Employment Equity Employer.  Individuals of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to self-identify in their cover letter or resume.

Media Release 140912 - New Director of Education
Date September 12, 2014

September 12, 2014

 

Media Release

Northern Lights School Division #113 Announces

New Director of Education

 

Northern Lights School Division #113 is proud to announce that Dr. Ken Ladouceur will be joining Northern Lights School Division as Director of Education starting October 1, 2014.

“We are honored to have him join our School Division,” says Board Chair, Lorna Black. “Our executive search resulted in several exceptional candidates, and the Board chose Ken for his vision of a strong School Division and his dedication to student learning.”

Ken holds a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from the University of Regina and a Master of Education (MEd) from the University of Saskatchewan.  His experiences include teaching assignments in Saskatchewan, principalships in Saskatchewan and Alberta, Superintendent of Education positions in Colorado and Michigan, and ten years as a Director of Education in Saskatchewan.

Please join us in welcoming Ken to Northern Lights School Division Schools.

 

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For more information, please contact:

Darcy Ahenakew

Communications/LEAN Leader

Northern Lights School Division #113

306-425-3302

Ministry Of Education Anti-Bullying Online Reporting Tool
Date September 3, 2014

On June 24, the Ministry of Education introduced a way in which students can anonymously report a bullying incident. This is in response to feedback released earlier in the school year with details described in "Saskatchewan's Action Plan to Address Bullying and Cyberbullying".

As a result, the Ministry created an anti-bullying online reprting tool.

Report bullying here "I Am Stronger"

Back to School Safety!
Date August 11, 2014

It's back to school time!

As school doors open, traffic gets a little heavier on our streets. People are back from holidays, school buses will be on regular routes, and more people are walking, cycling or driving to school.

To help with the transition and share the roads safely, listed below are safety tips. Help everyone stay safe this school year!

1) Observe School Zone Speeds

Although you should always obey posted speed limits, it is especially important during the school year. Children crossing the road on their way to and from school can easily get distracted and step into harm's way. Slowing down and being vigilant is crucial to keeping kids safe. Children are often out throughout the day at recess, lunch, and for certain classes, so it's important to drive slowly throughout the day.

2) Obey the Crossing Guard

A crossing guard is there to keep children safe. please follow his/her direction to stop. There might be a child still crossing the street that you can't see.

3) Watch for Darting Children

Kids are small and easily distracted, and for drivers, this can create dangerous situations on the roads. Be vigilant and alert behind the wheel. You never know when a small child might step out from between parked cars or off a sidewalk. Your fast reflexes might be needed to prevent an accident.

4) School Buses

Most mishaps take place outside the bus. Make sure children don't arrive too early at the bus stop where they can wander or get into mischief. Make sure children wait well away from the road and stay back until the school bus makes a full stop and the doors open. Explain that they must walk at least three metres (10 feet) away when crossing in front of the bus so the driver can see them. When driving your car near a school bus please note that extra caution is needed. You shouldn't pass a school bus when the signal lights are flashing (as children are often crossing the road at that time), and drive slowly as a general precaution.

Prevention is the key to safety. With education and awareness, all children should be able to get safely to school and home again. Take the time to share these valuable rules and tips with your children.

please visit here for more information.

 

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Bag Service #6500
La Ronge, SK
S0J 1L0
Canada
Phone: (306) 425-3302
Toll Free: (877) 387-4060
Fax: (306) 425-3377
central@nlsd113.ca

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Beauval, SK
S0M 0G0
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Phone: (306) 288-2310
Toll Free: (877) 387-4061
Fax: (306) 288-2009
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