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Its first mandate is to ensure that all students reach their full potential by benefiting from a quality first-language French education. All subjects are taught in French except for English Language Arts classes, which are the same as those taught in the English-language schools across the province. Students explore their cultural identity through Francophone sociocultural activities clubs, sports teams, entertainment, etc. Provincial activities give students the opportunity to build friendships with other Francophone youth from across the province.

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Its first mandate is to ensure that all students reach their full potential by benefiting from a quality first-language French education. All subjects are taught in French except for English Language Arts classes, which are the same as those taught in the English-language schools across the province. Students explore their cultural identity through Francophone sociocultural activities clubs, sports teams, entertainment, etc.

Provincial activities give students the opportunity to build friendships with other Francophone youth from across the province. Students live their Francophone culture every day in Fransaskois schools. At the end of high school, students graduate with a superior level of bilingualism. This opens doors to postsecondary studies, a career or a profession in the language of their choice.

I always felt special at school. The support teachers gave to students to help them achieve success was extraordinary. I am benefiting from that support even now being out of high school.

You may download PDFs available only in French to find out about deadlines for candidates to notify the Board and register to run for election, election dates and polling station locations. For more information about eligibility criteria to run for school board elections or regulations governing the right to vote conferred to electors, please consult Saskatchewan's Education Act.

The electorate is comprised of the parents of the students enrolled at each school. One member, the community representative, must be a French-speaking adult who resides within the school region. Council members serve a two-year mandate. Elections are held each year on a rotating basis for approximately half of the positions. This allows for a smoother transition within the board as new members arrive.

The role of the school community council members is to represent the parents by expressing concerns, giving advice and making recommendations to the Conseil scolaire fransaskois and participating in long-term planning for school programs and activities. Board meetings are held in French. For more information, please consult the Manuel des politiques du Conseil scolaire fransaskois. The only decision-making power member trustees have is that which is delegated to them at the table of CSF trustees.

For more details, see Politique 2. By-elections for trustees are held as needed for the remainder of a mandate of a trustee who left his or her seat vacant. Please call 1 or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. The policies of the CSF are guiding principles which must be followed by CSF trustees in all matters of action or decision-making.

A new 5-year plan looking to the year is in the works. Following consultations with community stakeholders, parents, students and staff, the new plan will review results thus far and lay the signposts for the road ahead.

To respect the Ministry of Education's guidelines for a Continuous Improvement Framework, the Conseil scolaire fransaskois has developed a strategic plan which includes five priorities:. Please click below to download the latest edition of our annual report :. Student Services provides speech therapy, occupational therapy, psychological, special education, counseling and guidance counseling for Saskatchewan's francophone school division. The Student Services division is also responsible for the administration of psycho-educational evaluations of the Fransaskois students as needed.

It provides support to the teaching staff in adapting the curriculum to cater to the special needs of both at-risk and gifted students. For more information, write to This email address is being protected from spambots. A team of specialists from a variety of disciplines is therefore in place to offer highly specialized services to Fransaskois students with learning difficulties as well as gifted students. These specialists, in collaboration with teachers, identify and assess students who may be gifted or at risk in order to provide an education program tailored to their needs.

The special education teacher aide assists the teacher with lessons and learning activities for the student s as well as with supervision. Student Services team members work in integrated mode.

Their goal is to provide an intervention and prevention service which will foster the students' well-being. Trained guidance counselors offer workshops and provide support to students by guiding them in choosing courses that will allow them to realize their postsecondary education and career goals.

Whether providing assistance in identifying the necessary prerequisites for university or college admission, available bursaries, or the skills and qualities sought for integration into a career of their choice, students will find themselves are well equipped to make appropriate choices.

These services are offered by the provincial government to Saskatchewan families, particularly in the health, social services, justice and education sectors. Services, such as counseling which focuses on improving basic parental abilities, or the sharing of information to decrease drug, alcohol and tobacco abuse by students, are readily accessible to the province's schools. A model for the provision of services has been developed and will require a considerable financial contribution from appropriate government departments in order to be made accessible to Fransaskois families.

Some rural school divisions in Saskatchewan do not have the capacity to provide the comprehensive range of services and supports required in a diversified student environment. The Shared Services Program was implemented to strengthen the capacity of these rural school divisions.

The intent is to lend support to students and teachers by providing the organizational structure and funding recognition for boards of education to enter into agreements with other boards and human service providers to deliver specialized services, including:. The model consists of several methods of delivery such as videoconferencing and the use of multimedia on an Internet-based platform.

Specialized videoconferencing equipment allows for the transmission of voice, text and graphics, as well as the transmission of fixed or animated images of the participants. Distance education teachers also visit their students on a regular basis. This does not mean replacing traditional learning methods, but rather adding to the available resources. This technology also allows each student the opportunity to exchange ideas, defend their point of view, develop friendships around the province, and reach several goals relating to the integration of technologies.

Distance teaching requires additional preparation time, and therefore, the need for more effort on the part of the teacher. Hence the need for teachers to have access to training and a considerable support network. The distance education staff is also involved in the Learning Technology Unit overseen by the Ministry of Education. This program is aimed at developing resources to be made available over the Internet to Saskatchewan teachers, students and parents.

Fransaskois pre-kindergarten harnesses resources that facilitate French language acquisition. The "Paul et Suzanne" program is one such tool which has proved particularly effective in the francization process for families where one of the parents is an English-speaker. Tools like this help early childhood educators and parents overcome some of the challenges in acquiring sufficient French proficiency to be able to funtion in a Francophone learning environment.

The program has two components: the "child" and "parent" sections, which together aim to equip the Anglophone parent, so he or she can accompany their child through school.

Some students newly enrolled in Fransaskois education may simply never have been exposed to French, or have not had the opportunity to develop language skills in French. The program adapts to students' needs at every level. Thanks to this approach, it is not necessary for student to be able to speak French prior to being enrolled in Francophone education schools. Sometimes students come to us from places where they have not had the opportunity to acquire proficiency in English.

In some schools, support services are in place to support your children, as needed, in their acquisition of English language skills. Why a French Language School in Saskatchewan? Immersion or French Language School? Benefits Why Study in Canada? How to Register Forms Find a school. Contact Us Directory. Home RSS. Trustees are elected for a 4-year term. F01 - Plan de communication SSE 1. F02 - Registre de cadenassage et fiche de cadenassage temporaire 5.

F03 - Formulaire de demande de retrait de cadenas individuel 5. Career Guidance Trained guidance counselors offer workshops and provide support to students by guiding them in choosing courses that will allow them to realize their postsecondary education and career goals. Integrated Services These services are offered by the provincial government to Saskatchewan families, particularly in the health, social services, justice and education sectors.

Shared Services Some rural school divisions in Saskatchewan do not have the capacity to provide the comprehensive range of services and supports required in a diversified student environment. The intent is to lend support to students and teachers by providing the organizational structure and funding recognition for boards of education to enter into agreements with other boards and human service providers to deliver specialized services, including: assessment, educational diagnosis, educational programming and consultation for students living in vulnerable circumstances and students with exceptional needs, speech, language, communication and early literacy development, core curriculum actualization, and additional supports to address locally-determined needs.

French Language Acquisition in Preschool Fransaskois pre-kindergarten harnesses resources that facilitate French language acquisition. French Language Acquisition in the School Environment Some students newly enrolled in Fransaskois education may simply never have been exposed to French, or have not had the opportunity to develop language skills in French.

French-language schools follow the same English curriculum as that offered in English schools. Additional Assistance in English Language Acquisition Sometimes students come to us from places where they have not had the opportunity to acquire proficiency in English.

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