Below is a listing of handbooks available to Sun West School Division staff and parents.
Please phone (306) 882-2677 if you are unable to find a handbook you are looking for.
Caretakers are an integral part of the support staff in the school and are responsible for the physical environment of the school and school property. Maintaining school cleanliness is the primary function of caretakers and these duties are listed in detail in this document. Secondarily but also important, are general building inspection and minor repair tasks.
Co-teaching is a “service delivery model that is based on the philosophy of inclusive education and the principles of collaboration” (Anderson, 2008, p. 3). It provides “rich educational experiences that maximize the learning for all students” and helps provide students with special needs “greater access to the general education curriculum”.
A Framework for Welcoming EAL Learners to Sun West School Division
The purpose of this handbook, in conjunction with the Division Administrative Procedures, is to provide guidelines to Sun West School Division bus drivers to assist them in carrying out their duties of transporting students within the division. When this handbook is updated the revised copy will be placed on the Sun West School Division website.
Parents/Guardians are encouraged to use the Transportation Department cell phone and email address below with transportation questions or concerns. Both the cell phone and email are monitored daily.
The purpose of this document is to guide schools in the development of effective library programs. It articulates procedures and guidelines related to Sun West School Division libraries and advocates for effective school library programs as conveyed by the Ministry of Education.
The purpose of professional practice is to improve and maintain the quality of service by assuring accountability for School-based Administrators
This handbook is intended for use for curricular and extra-curricular activities. All activities in this handbook, including those labeled as high risk activities, have been approved for use in Sun West Schools.
Generally the delivery of services to students with exceptional learning needs is guided by the policy and procedures of the Board of Education. These policies and procedures outline the rationale for service delivery and the principles that teachers are to employ in this service delivery.