2016 SCSBA Awards – there are three awards this year:

SCSBA Award winners 2016

2015 SCSBA Awards

Julian Paslawski Meritorious Service Award:

Sr.Teresita Kambietz

Awarded each year to those individuals who have made a highly significant contribution to Catholic Education in the Province of Saskatchewan. The individual must be nominated by a member board or the SCSBA Board of Directors. School boards wishing to nominate a person are requested to complete the appropriate nomination form and provide an accompanying summary statement of activities and service of the person nominated.

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SCSBA Appreciation Award:

Mr. Delmer Wagner

Awarded to an individual in appreciation of commitment and contribution to Catholic Education in the Province of Saskatchewan. This award may be presented to anyone not classified in any of the above categories. The individual may be nominated by a member board or the SCSBA Board of Directors.

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SCSBA Long Service Awards:

Awarded in recognition of long service as a trustee of a member board of the Association. Awards will be granted for nine and eighteen years of service deemed recognizable by the local school board and the SCSBA officers (President, Vice President, Past President and Executive Director). The trustee must be nominated by a member board and/or the SCSBA Board of Directors.

SCSBA Nine Year Service Awards:

Angie Rogalski, Christ the Teacher RCSSD #212

SCSBA Eighteen Year Awards:

Keith Koberinski, Light of Christ RCSSD #16
Bruce McKinnon, Prince Albert RCSSD #6

Life Membership:

Mr. Tom Fortosky, Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools

Awarded to the Past President of the Association in recognition of dedicated service to the Association, as evidenced in:

  • faithful commitment to Association business(allowing priority of time commitment to attend meeting and functions of the Association);
  • constant accomplishment of all special duties assigned to the President (both in local communication in a public relations capacity for the Association, and in overall dedication to special assignments and duties);
  • supportive and continuous service to Catholic Education, as expressed through the Association; and
  • personal leadership on the Board of Directors, enabling the Association to progress and grow.

SCSBA President’s Gavel:

Mr. George Bolduc, Prince Albert, RCSSD#6

Awarded to the outgoing SCSBA President