Saskatchewan

student Leadership Conference 2020

Sept. 16-18

 

 

Cancelled- Stay tuned for details about Melfort 2021!

Canadian Student Leadership Conference 2020

POSTPONED UNTIL 2021!

YORKTON, SK| Sept. 22 - Sept. 26, 2020

SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT COUNCIL ADVISORS

COMMITMENT TO LEADERSHIP IN ACTION

Bids are now open to host SSLC 2022!

Visit our conference page for details!

01

Find Us on Social Media!

Find us on Facebook at sascaleadership

Find us on Instagram @sascaleadership

Find us on Twitter @leadershipsasca

02

Interested in becoming a member of SASCA?


You automatically become a member when you attend SSLC; it is included in your registration fee. If you do not attend SLC and would like to become a member, the fees are $25 (individual) or $100 (Corporate). Once you become a member, you will begin to receive a monthly newsletter. You may pay either amount through Member Services at the STF.

 

Congratulations to our 2020 SASCA Award Winners!

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

03

SRC of the Year...

Wynyard School

SRC Advisor of the Year...

Jana Fisher- Wynyard  

 

 

CSLA Leader of Distinction...

Jana Fisher- Wynyard

 

 

 

 

SASCA Honorary Lifetime Membership...

Kristin Lee- Tisdale

04

SASCA Scholarships 2020 

Abbie Korte - Muenster, SK

 

Abbie Korte was a member of Muenster School’s SRC for five years.  Her roles included Room Rep, Secretary and President.  As President she helped develop, organize, deliver and participate in a number of activities and events.  These included the Muenster School Open House, Terry Fox Run, Remembrance Day and spirit weeks.  As a thank you to the seniors in the community Muenster School hosted a Christmas lunch, which included a short program and Christmas carols.

 

Miss Korte has attended two leadership conferences, which reaffirmed her belief that kindness is necessary in this world.

 

Outside of SRC, she also served as SADD President, on the Yearbook and in Drama.  Miss Korte is an active athlete; having won several provincial championships – 19U Softball with the Humboldt Thunder, Midget Hockey with the East Central Fillies, and High School Volleyball in 2017.  She has served as co-captain of her volleyball team, leading by example and showing a strong work ethic.

 

Abbie has been recognized for her ability in both academics and athletics, having won the Lenz-Weber Award, presented in front of her school community.

 

Volunteerism is very important for Abbie.  She has been employed as a program assistant for a summer program, which supported participants with disabilities attending a variety of events and activities in the community.  Miss Korte is a firm believer in inclusion.  This also allowed parents and caregivers respite.  For four years she was a volunteer at the Humboldt Hospital.  She felt that the latter experiences helped contribute to create an atmosphere of compassion through a kind word or friendly smile.  Miss Korte feels that this involvement builds character and allowed her to make a difference.

 

Abbie’s hobbies and special interests include sports, baking and cooking plus camping.

 

Miss Korte is attending the University of Saskatchewan, taking a combined Kinesiology/Education degree.

© 2018 by SASCA Leadership. Proudly created with Wix.com

  • Facebook Round
  • Twitter Round
  • YouTube Round
  • Google Round
  • LinkedIn Round