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  • Jan 27, 2018
    10:00 AM - 02:00 PM
    Naval Reserve & Army Reserve Open House
    Naval Reserve & Army Reserve Open House
    Jan 27, 2018
    10:00 AM - 02:00 PM
    100 Naval Way, Regina
    HMCS QUEEN AND 38 Signal Regiment are hosting an Open House for any students interested in learning more about career opportunities in the Naval Reserve and the Army Reserve.
  • Jan 31, 2018
    06:30 PM - 09:15 PM
    Parents as Career Coaches
    Parents as Career Coaches
    Jan 31, 2018
    06:30 PM - 09:15 PM
    TBA
    Parents and teens are encouraged to attend this free event in which representatives from post-secondary institutes and community organizations will be available to provide information and answer questions. Learn more about post-secondary programs, the labour market, apprenticeship, career-related web sites, resources and programs for youth. 6:30 pm - 7:00 pm Trade show booths open 7:00 pm - 7:10 pm Welcome RDIEC & RTSC Executive Directors 7:10 pm - 7:40 pm TCU Financial Group- Student Loans 7:40 pm – 7:50 pm RDIEC Website & Programming 7:55 pm – 8:00 pm Break 8:00 pm - 8:30 pm Breakout Session 1 ** 8:30 pm - 9:00 pm Breakout Session 2 ** 9:05 pm Re-convene for bursary/draws 9:10 pm Conclusion A $500.00 bursary, provided by the Regina Chamber of Commerce and RDIEC will be awarded at the conclusion of this event to one lucky Grade 12 student. The winner must be in attendance at the time of the draw. Only students may submit entries to the draw. One entry / student. A LeBoldus student won this bursary last year!!!! Representatives include: GTI [GabrielTechnical Institute] RTSC [Regina Trades & Skills Centre] SIIT [Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technology]Saskatchewan Polytechnic U of R [University of Regina] Saskatchewan Apprenticeship & Trade Certification Canadian Armed Forces Breakout Sessions Topics: - Applying for Band Funding - Co-op Programs - Regina Trades & Skills Centre (programs) - Apprenticeship (how does it work) - Applying for Scholarships Organized by the Regina District Industry Education Council [RDIEC]
  • Feb 03, 2018
    03:00 PM - 05:00 PM
    University of Saskatchewan - Application and Scholarship Workshop (in Regina)
    University of Saskatchewan - Application and Scholarship Workshop (in Regina)
    Feb 03, 2018
    03:00 PM - 05:00 PM
    University of Saskatchewan (Regina Nursing Campus) - 4400 - 4th Avenue (corner of 4th Ave & Lewvan Dr) Room 144, Parking off Connaught St
    The University of Saskatchewan will be holding an Admissions and Awards Workshop for prospective students at our Nursing Campus in Regina from 3pm to 5pm on February 3rd. This workshop will be of use to students who have questions about their university and scholarship applications. A UofS representative will walk you through the processes for both applications and will remain on hand to answer questions in case you wish to apply for either on the spot. Those intending to apply during the event will need to bring personal laptops. Attending the workshop is free and walk-ins are welcome but we do ask that you sign up so that we can be sure to have sufficient space available. If you choose to apply to study at the UofS, there is a $90 application fee. Scholarship applications are free. Inquires can be directed to michael.patterson@usask.ca Pre-registration is requested. See a Guidance Counsellor for more details
  • Feb 06, 2018
    12:15 PM - 01:00 PM
    UofR Scholarship Workshop
    UofR Scholarship Workshop
    Feb 06, 2018
    12:15 PM - 01:00 PM
    LeBoldus Library Classroom
    Any students who have are interested in applying for University of Regina scholarships through the UofR databank are invited to this Scholarships session. Mike Muma from the Univesity of Regina will be here to help students set up accounts on SAMS (Student Award Management System) database. He will also be showing you how to use the filters to find the scholarships that apply to high school students. Please note that this will be the only UofR Scholarship session at LeBoldus. Any students who are unable to attend are still welcome to attend the sessions being hosted on the UofR campus (Feb.14 & 20, March 1 & 5). Reminder that UofR Scholarships are due by March 15th.
  • Feb 06, 2018
    01:00 PM - 06:00 PM
    Career Connection - Bricklaying/Masonry
    Career Connection - Bricklaying/Masonry
    Feb 06, 2018
    01:00 PM - 06:00 PM
    This connection will focus on Bricklaying/ Masonry at the Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Local 1 in Regina. Students should be interested in the skilled trades and have time in their personal schedules to fulfill the commitment of this program. Students are required to have their own safety glasses and must dress appropriately for working in this industry. No open-toed shoes are allowed. Students will meet at 1645 Reynolds Street for each of their skill building sessions. There will be 5 skill sessions in all with the first one on Tuesday February 6 from 1-6pm, the sessions will be held every second Tuesday. The other dates are Tuesday February 20, Tuesday March 6. Tuesday March 20 and Tuesday March 27. Date could change do to instructor availability. They must arrive 10 minutes prior to the session starting. The school will allow students to attend and the absence will be excused but students are responsible for all material missed in class that day. This is a total commitment of 25 hours. The Early Safety Training Program (ESTP) is offered courtesy of the Saskatchewan Safety Council in partnership with WorkSafe Saskatchewan. Students will complete First Aid Training at: Campus Regina Public at 1069 14th Ave East in Regina. Date & Time: Saturday March 17, 2018 Registration forms are available in Student Services. These forms are due back by Friday, January 19th, 2018.

​​Staff

Rhonda.jpgRhonda Horvath

(306) 791-7255
r.horvath@rcsd.ca

Denise.png​Denise Endicott

(306) 751-4607
d.endicott@rcsd.ca

 

Resource Officer

Constable Graham Borne
School: 791-7250 

g.borne@reginapolice.ca​

Constable Graham is the resource officer for LeBoldus, as well as for several south elementary schools. He is available to help students and parents with legal or personal issues.​​

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​Guidance and Counselling Services

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​Personal

Personal counselling is available to all students regarding: 

  • decision making 
  • peer issues 
  • social situations 
  • family issues 
  • conflict 
  • referral to outside agencies​

​Academic

Counsellors offer support in many areas such as:

  • course selection and placement 
  • timetabling 
  • study skills 
  • transition issues (gr. 8 - gr. 9) and (gr.12 - post secondary) 
  • credit checks 
  • grad status reports 
  • Ministry of Sask.evaluations 
  • obtaining transcripts for post secondary​

​​Vocational

Counsellors provide information and facilitate processes on:

  • career searches
  •  scholarships 
  • letters of reference 
  • resume writing * interest inventories 
  • financial aid 
  • spend-a-day programs 
  • study and/or travel abroad
  • application workshops ​​​

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​Links to Post-Secondary Opportunities

 

1. Post Secondary Institutions Access Sites

​These sites provides access to ALL public and private post secondary institutions in Canada. They also have links to other public post secondary institutions worldwide.

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2. The Homepage for Human Resources Development Canada.


Their mission is.to enable Canadians to participate fully in the workplace and the community. It includes the National Job Bank and other National Labour Market Information is available.

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3. Youth Resource Network of Canada.

This site is "one-stop shopping" for young Canadians with links to a range of tools and information from.governments and community organizations. Resources through this site help young people make informed decisions about careers and skills. At this site also offers links to other sites featuring Canada's educational institutions, financial assistance, reports and publications. The site is connected to Industry Canada's National Graduate Register which links graduates with.potential employers.

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4. A Good Comprehensive Website for Career Exploration

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5. Canada Career Consortium

This is a comprehensive source of Career interaction sponsored by a consortium of groups from the government and private sector.

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6. The College Board on Line.

This is a comprehensive link to U.S. colleges, SAT information and registration.

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7. Career Builder

One of the top 30 trafficked websites in the world, CareerBuilder.com has turned its focus to international markets in recent years. With offices in the U.S., Canada, UK, Sweden and more, CareerBuilder continues to expand around the world, and has unlimited professional opportunities to offer global-minded individuals.

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8. CanLearn Interactive

This is an easy to use, one-step web-resource that will explore career possibilities, identify education and training requirements, develop learning strategies and create financial plans to achieve goals.

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