Staff Appreciation Week - Feb 11 - 16
A perfect employee is the one who motivates others. Thanks for being an inspiration and motivation to me. Holy Family appreciates you! Every staff member plays a part in our students' education. Whether you are a custodian, a teacher or a noon hour supervisor that spends less than an hour per day with our students, your role is IMPORTANT and VALUABLE!
Holy Family is a community passionate about caring and sharing. We're about helping the neighbour we know and the one we don't know. I am thank ful every day to be part of this family and I offer this prayer:
Thank you for our dedicated staff.
For their inspiration in our lives,
For their knowledge and skills,
For their commitment to our education.
Please bless their work.
Lead them as they mentor and train us,
Come equip them as they sow seeds of understanding in our lives.
May all our staff's lives be enriched.
Bring strength were there is weariness.
Bring rest where there is tiredness.
May they excel in their own abilities,
And see the potential in each child in Holy Family.
Please help all of us to respect each other,
Understand one another
And never fail to offer kindness and care.
In the name of Jesus we pray.
Gwen Keith, Director
To prepare our students to be successful in the economies of the 21st century guided by Catholic values and principles.
To provide relevant, global, high quality Early Learning – grade 12 Catholic education to children in our community.
Success in Holy Family Roman Catholic Separate School Division # 140 is guided by a commitment to the following principles for action:
The amalgamation of Estevan Roman Catholic Separate School Division No. 27, Weyburn Roman Catholic Separate School Division No. 84 and St. Olivier Roman Catholic Separate School Division No. 12 took place effective January 1, 2004 to form the Holy Family Roman Catholic Separate School Division # 140.
The voluntary amalgamation came about after several years of sharing professional and educational services among the three School Divisions. The three former School Divisions were similar in many aspects, the main and strongest similarity being the education of students within the Catholic faith dimension.
The School Divisions felt this could be protected and enhanced by amalgamating and forming one larger School Division.