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Released on November 20, 2018

Deputy Premier and Education Minister Gordon Wyant was at St. Peter School in Regina today to visit students who are now attending the Early Learning Intensive Support Pilot.  Launched in the spring of 2018, with funding from the Government of Canada, the pilot provides funding for school divisions to create new spaces in existing Prekindergarten programs for children with intensive needs.

“We are very excited to see more of our youngest students getting the extra supports they need, which includes hiring additional educational assistants,” Wyant said.  “We are grateful for the Government of Canada’s commitment to supporting inclusive early learning environments for Saskatchewan children.”

Nearly 90 pre-school aged children with intensive needs are now attending Prekindergarten programs at 16 schools in Regina and 30 schools in Saskatoon through the pilot.

“The program, while just in its infancy, has meant a lot to our family,” Allyson Minaker, parent of a child attending the program said.  “It gives our son, who has autism, a place to learn and grow.  He is in a school where he can gain independence while having the support of a wonderful instructional assistant (IA).  There will be some growing pains for all involved, but the teacher has been open and helpful, the IA is very experienced and the school as well as the educational assistant have been very supportive thus far.  We look forward to watching our son grow and learn in his own special way.  The program has given us back some hope.  We know that being one of the first families through it, we are in a position to make change and help the program adapt for the betterment of all PreK students, especially ones with intensive needs.”

With funding through the Canada-Saskatchewan Early Learning and Child Care Agreement, the Early Learning Intensive Support Pilot can accommodate up to 120 students.  The funding allows school divisions to provide additional supports, which may include hiring educational assistants or other resources.

“This new pilot creates greater opportunities for children with intensive needs and their families,” said Jean-Yves Duclos Minister of Families, Children and Social Development.  “Today’s announcement supports more inclusive early learning and child care that will allow more children to get the best possible start in life.”

“We know how important it is for children to have a good start in life so that they can succeed,” said Ralph Goodale Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness.  “Early learning opportunities play a vital role in the development of a child and this new pilot will help more children with intensive needs in Regina and Saskatoon reach their full potential.”

Regina Public, Greater Saskatoon Catholic and Saskatoon Public school divisions are currently accepting applications for three- and four-year-olds who require intensive supports.

To apply, go to the school division websites below:

Regina Catholic Schools spaces are filled for the current year and the division will begin accepting applications for spaces for the 2019-20 school year later this spring.  For more information, visit

To find out more about early learning programming being provided through the Canada-Saskatchewan Early Learning and Child Care Agreement, visit https:/50a/residents/family-and-social-support/child-care/federal-funding-for-early-learning-and-child-care.


For more information, contact:

Chris Hodges
Phone: 306-787-1069
Cell: 306-533-7506

Twylla West
Regina Catholic Schools
Phone: 306-791-1734

Terry Lazarou
Regina Public Schools
Phone: 306-523-3133

Veronica Baker
Saskatoon Public Schools
Phone: 306-683-8325

Derrick Kunz
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools
Phone: 306-659-7077

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