Creighton Community School

VISION

Each student who enters our doors shall leave with abundant respect for self and others and the capability to meet the challenges of tomorrow.

MISSION

To work together to create a student centered environment that fosters healthy living, lifelong learning and responsible citizenship.

I hope everyone has been able to enjoy their spring break.

Teachers will be gearing up for our supplemental content delivery next week. We will be releasing a frame work and FAQ by mid next week. Expect to be contacted no later than April 13th with details of how content delivery will work from individual teachers.

Thank you for your patience in these difficult times.

Dear Parents/Guardians,

We recognize that these are uncertain times and want to help anyone who may need it. Every day our schools provide breakfast to children who want to have it, and a daily snack. In lieu of these daily snacks, we want to help support any families that may need a little help during this time.

We also understand that circumstances for families may change over time, so please know staff can be contacted going forward if a need arises.

Please contact one of the following people listed:

Marlee Salamondra Milley, Community School Coordinator 306-688-2204 or msalamondramilley@creightonschool.com

Tiffany Ealey, Guidance Counsellor 306-688-2209 or tealey@creightonschool.com

Patty Korchinski, Principal pkorchinski@creightonschool.com

Northern Saskatchewan Student Achievement

  • Awareness and Pride in Northern Lifestyles and Heritage
  • Leadership within School and/or Community
  • Special Talents and Interests
  • Future Goals


Lieutenant Governor’s Awards of Excellence

  • good academic performance (average greater than 80% in required subject areas);
  • consistent attendance; greater than 90%;
  • awareness and pride in northern lifestyles and heritage;
  • special talents and interests;
  • leadership within school and/or community; and,
  • future goals – Grade 12 nominee must indicate post-secondary plans.
    • 250 word essay on why education is important
Letter to parents March 20 2020.pdf
COVID-19 Parent Letter March 16th.pdf

If your child will be Late or absent...

    • Send an email, including the child's full name and a reason for the absence, to attendance@creightonschool.com;
    • Send a note to school and tell your child to bring it to the office; or
    • Call the school and speak to one of the secretaries at 306-688-5138
      • If there is no answer, leave a voicemail. The mailbox is checked frequently each day.

There is no need to speak to the child's individual teachers. Teachers are instructed to forward all absentee messages to the office. If you would like homework to be gathered for your child, include it in your email, voicemail, note, or mention it when you call.

After school each day, if there are any unexcused lates or absences, our automated messaging system will notify the student's top contact(s) via phone and email.

Daily Announcements

Join our Remind group to receive the announcements every day, directly to your phone.

19/20 Daily Announcements

Student Handbook

    • All new students will receive a Handbook upon enrollment.
    • All Kindergarten students will receive a Handbook in the first week of school.
    • Please read through the Handbook with your child and ensure you and your child understand all policies.
Student Handbook 2019-2020.docx