SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT COUNCIL ADVISORS

COMMITMENT TO LEADERSHIP IN ACTION

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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.

 

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Congratulations to our 2022 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

SASCA is pleased to announce that Avery Fedorychka is the recipient of the C. Gordon Rook Scholarship for $1000.  Avery is a most deserving winner of this award as she embodies the leadership characteristics of the scholarship's namesake.  Miss Fedorychka is very involved in both her school and community, having served on student council since grade 7 at Melfort Unit Comprehensive Collegieate as well as playing and coaching volleyball and basketball teams while also spearheading a mental positivity group that raised awareness of mental well -being.  In her community she has been heavily involved with coaching a variety of basketball teams, volunteered for numerous Melfort community groups such as the Melfort Food Bank, Salvation Army, Melfort Library, Big Brothers and Sisters, Melfort Youth Evolution, Melfort Kinsmen and Kinettes to name a few and was extensively involved in Girl Guides.  Avery believes in the importance of initiative and participation through getting involved with community as a community will not flourish without the help, support  and giving back to the community.  Congratulations Avery! You are a true leader by example!

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SASCA Scholarship

Aarika Haque is the winner of the SASCA $1000 Student Leadership Scholarship.  Aarika is a strong believer in leadership and volunteerism, as witnessed through her experience and involvement in both her school and community.  Moving to Elrose and joining the Sun West Student Leaderhship team helped cement that belief in Miss Haque as she led not only on her student council but also the school community council. Aarika firmly believes in the importance of taking action where there is a need for change, which was demonstrated in her presentation to the Board of Education about implementing and advocating for diversity and the importance of student voice as school.  Congratulations Aarika and thank you for being the change you wish to see in the world!

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SASCA Bursaries

Kaelin Hardy from Watrous demonstrated why she is a deserving winner of one of the SASCA Student Leadership $500 bursaries.  Kaelin takes pride in giving back, being involved in student council since grade four and participating in many extra-curricular activities, including several sports teams and bands.  Miss Hardy is also a triple threat as she is a very accomplished dancer, singer and piano player. She is passionate about sports, music and teaching in a wide variety of areas and is known well in her community for her varied involvement.  Congratulations Kaelin and all the best for your very bright future!

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Jenny Lewis sees the big picture with regards to the importance of school and community involvement and it is for that reason that she was awarded one of the SASCA Student Leadership $500 bursairies.  Miss Lewis has been involved with student council since grade six, serving on the executive in a variety of roles for three of those years while also being heavily involved with yearbook, sporting teams as a player, coach and referee.  Furthermore, Jenny has been involved in volunteering in not one, not two but three communities, volunteering in her home town of Smeaton, the town of Choiceland where she attends school and in Nipawin where she played volleyball.  Miss Lewis embodies the essence of student leadership and demonstrated the importance of stepping up and volunteerism.  Congratulations Jenny on your well deserved bursary and best of luck in your future career of social work.  

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