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Interested in becoming a member of SASCA?

You automatically become a member when you attend SSLC! In the absence of SSLC, it's just as important as ever to renew your membership in this professional growth network of the STF. Your membership gives you access to registration for our conferences, including this year's VIRTUAL student leadership conference! As a member school you will qualify for awards, such as advisor of the year and student council of excellence. Your students will be eligible to apply for our scholarships and bursaries. To renew or obtain a new membership, please visit your MySTF account.



Congratulations to our 2023 SASCA Scholarship Winners!

We are sad that we couldn't celebrate you in person, but proud of you all for your accomplishments!

C. Gordon Rook Scholarship

Cheyenne Jans from Elrose Composite School is the very deserving winner of the C. Gordon Rook Leadership Award of $1000. Cheyenne is most deserving of this award because of her involvement in her School Leadership Team, the Yearbook Club, volunteering at the local museum and local library as well as her help at the community rink kitchen.  Cheyenne believes that "every small effort can have a big impact" and we believe that she will continue to have a big impact in the future.  Congratulations Cheyenne! 


SASCA Scholarship

Weyburn's Gracyn Knipfel is the recipient of the $1000 SASCA Leadership Award for her outstanding involvement in her school and community.  At Weyburn Comprehensive School Gracyn was heavily involved in the student representative council as a member and in grade 12 as a co-chair, leading many school events and activities. Gracyn was also chosen to be the Youth Mayor and Secretary in the City of Weyburn's Youth Council and also was involved as a youth board member for The Family Place.  Congratulations Gracyn and all the best for your very bright future as a doctor! 


SASCA Bursaries

Congratulations to Nadia Nadialkov from Paradise Hill School on being chosen by SASCA for the SASCA Leadership Award of $500.  Nadia was part of her school's drama club as well as serving on the student representative council in the role of president while also being the student representative on their school community council and a Leadership 30 course member through her school division.  She also volunteered at the local library as well as care home, and  helped with community suppers.  SASCA has no doubt that Nadia will continue to be an inspirational leader and it is for that reason that she is the recipient of  this award. 

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Makayla Jack is one of the two SASCA Leadership Award Winners of $500. Makayla showed leadership in her school through her involvement in Kinistino Public School's student leadership council as a leader and co-leader in her grades 10 to 12 years while also contributing to her community through the CanSkate program and local care home. Congratulations Makayla and best of luck at the University of Regina in the nursing program.  We have no doubt you will continue to make a difference in the lives you help!

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