Human Resources

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About LPSD

The Lloydminster Public School division is a complex organization in that it is both a Saskatchewan and Alberta school division. Lloydminster, located halfway between Edmonton, AB and Saskatoon, SK on Hwy 16, has a growing population of approximately 40.000 residents. Many characterize Lloydminster as a growing city, with a small town feel.

The division follows the Saskatchewan curriculum set out by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education, while also receiving funding from Alberta Education to support a number of student learning and facility initiatives. This comprehensive environment creates an opportunity for the Division to simultaneously assemble the best from two provinces.

Our school division has five elementary schools, one Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 9 school, two middle schools, one high school and one outreach school. All of our schools offer students a well-rounded education based on curricula provided by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education. Students who attend our schools not only receive excellent curricular instruction but also benefit from extensive co-curricular and extra-curricular opportunities.

 

Working at LPSD

Lloydminster Public School Division provides many benefits for its staff, some of which includes:

  • Alberta & Saskatchewan pension options
  • Generous and caring local contract with exemplary working conditions
  • Opportunities for in-service training
  • A large investment in “classroom” quality
  • Collaborative Relationships
  • Student & Staff Wellness
  • Leadership Opportunities
  • Continuous Improvement

 

Hiring Requirements

Lloydminster Public School Division follows the curriculum set out by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education, therefore requiring all teaching staff to have Saskatchewan Teaching Certificate. Additionally, all teaching staff, both contract and substitute, are required by Saskatchewan legislation to register with the Saskatchewan Professional Teacher Regulatory Board (SPTRB) on an annual basis to be eligible to teach in the province of Saskatchewan.

To begin your certification process or to register as a Saskatchewan teacher, please click here to visit the SPTRB website for further information.

All employees are required to provide LPSD with a Criminal Record Check with the Vulnerable Sector Check upon hiring.

 

Leading the way in Technology

The Lloydminster Public School Division employs an in-house technology department that consists of a Manager of Information Technology, Systems Analysts, Helpdesk and Technology Coaches, to oversee the implementation and maintenance of technology within our classrooms. LPSD provides the latest in computer technology to students ranging from Kindergarten to grade 12, as well as to staff across the division. Such technology includes: Staff Laptops, SMARTboards, Nearfield Sound Systems, Student Chromebooks and Laptops and Tablets.

 

Outstanding LPSD Features

  • Classroom Management support
  • Lesson Mastery
  • Ongoing Support and Dialogue with an assigned Mentor and Coaches
  • LPSD Leadership Academy
  • Opportunities for National and International Professional Development
  • Education Support Teachers at each school
  • Core French program from Kindergarten to Grade 12
  • Fine and Performing Arts with a Nationally Recognized Band Program

Frequently Asked Questions

Who do I contact if I have a question about my employment contract?
We encourage staff to contact the Human Resources department if they have a specific question about their employment contract or status.  

How do I request a Record of Teaching Experience?
Staff can contact Charlene Kvill, Payroll Coordinator at Charlene.kvill@lpsd.ca or (780) 875-5541 to request their Record of Teaching Experience. Make sure to provide information on where and to whom it should be sent to (i.e.: school division and contact name).

Where can I find the Collective Agreements?
Staff can find both the L.I.N.C. and Support Staff Salary and Benefit Guide on the SRB Dashboard.

Who do I contact if I am hurt while on the job?
Make sure to let your immediate supervisor know of your injury so that they can administer the correct first aid if necessary.  Your next step is to contact the Human Resources Manager so that the proper WCB forms can be completed and submitted promptly, for those staff members that are covered. Please note that teaching staff are not typically covered, and are required to contact the STF for further guidance.

What forms are required if away on sick/medical leave for more than 5 days?
For staff that are away due to illness, surgery, recover, etc, for more than 5 consecutive days, we require that they submit a Verification of Sickness form to the HR Department.  This form must be completed by the employee’s physician and are requested to be returned promptly.  Staff can find these forms on their respective Dashboards.