Creighton Community School


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


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

Treaty 6 encompasses the traditional territories of numerous First Nations, including Cree, Dene (DEN-Ē), Nakota, Saulteaux (SO-TO), and Ojibwe (OJIB-WĒ) and the homeland of the Métis Nation. We are dedicated to ensuring that the spirit of Reconciliation and Treaty 6 is honoured and respected.

2021 Registration Form and letter to parents.pdf

Supply List 2021-2022

School Supply List 2021-2022.pdf

If you’d like to place an order for CCS clothing and gear please do so by Tuesday, March. 23rd.

Orders can be placed through School Cash Online or by submitting orders to Mrs. Patterson in the main office.

Mask Protocol.pdf
Main points of Creighton School Divisions Return to School Plan for Publication Revised Aug. 21.pdf
Northern Schools Q & A - 06 September 2020.pdf
Safe Schools Plan Parent Package.pdf

Distance Education

Distance Education.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;

    • 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.

Student Handbook

    • Please read through the Handbook with your child and ensure you and your child understand all policies.

20/21 Student Handbook