SouthView Manor and Christopher Place -
- Are apartments for Seniors or others in need of lodging - Theodore Housing has two options for Lodging in Theodore
*Southview Manor is located on the corner of Railway Ave. and Bilokreli Bay.
*Christopher Place is located on Christopher Street
The Social Housing program provides safe and adequate housing to individuals and families in need. It's intended to serve households with low incomes, and priority is given to seniors (60+), Families with children or dependants, and individuals with disabilities.
The rent for either apartment or housing unit is based on gross household income. To be eligible for the Social housing program you must be legally allowed to be in Canada, NOT temporary visitors to Canada or Foreign students and have a gross income and assets below the program limits.
Households are prioritized for the Social housing program based on need. Each application is assessed accurately and impartially by using a point scoring system. The applicant is scored on a scale that assesses housing need according to certain criteria. The total number of points the applicant receives when all the categories are added up is their point score.
To assess three things are considered: 1) Adequacy - whether the applicant household is homeless or lives in a home that puts their health or well-being at risk... 2) Suitability - Whether the current homes meets the needs of all household members... 3) Affordability - Whether the current shelter costs are more than 30% of the gross household income.
For more details on everything entailed in your possible application you can visit the Saskatchewan Housing Corporation online at www.saskatchewan.ca/government/government-structure/crown-corporations/saskatchewan-housing-corporation
You can also call the Theodore Housing Manager Rick Parsons: 1-306-620-8600
or Email: email@example.com
For those who are volunteering, and those who are interested in becoming volunteers, practices will be held on the second Monday of every month. Meet up at the Fire Hall at 7pm. We are also looking for First Responders for the community! Interested? Contact the Municipal office for more information -
Fire chief - Trenton Hoffman
Contact - 306-641-6443
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Mon:10 -noon / 1pm - 5pm
Tues & Thurs: 1pm - 5pm
It's that time of year when a good book, warm blanket and a hot beverage makes for a complete relaxing evening. Come on down and see what we have to offer at the library! I'm sure you'll find something for your enjoyment.
The Library has plenty of new offerings for everyone!
The Library now has a computer for public access!! You can access the library website anytime during business hours -www.parkland.lib.sk.ca
HOOPLA is a program that offers digital media service offered by your local public library that allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or phone and even your TV! With no waiting, titles can be streamed immediately, or downloaded to phones or tablets for offline enjoyment later. We have hundreds of thousands of titles to choose from, with more being added daily. hoopla is like having your public library at your fingertips. Anytime. Anywhere.
BOOK CLUB IN A BAG
Get some friend together and have a look at the titles offered up and discuss if you'd like to hold your own book club! Each bag has about 5-10 books, guidelines & a signout sheet/ an author's biography & discussion questions. You can borrow it for about 6 wks.
GET A LIBRARY CARD- A DOORWAY TO MANY OPTIONS!
To sign up for a card, visit any branch or any other Saskatchewan Public Library and ask a staff member at the Circulation Desk to assist you.
Adults& Young Adults (ages 14+) must show two pieces of identification, one establishing their current address and a second piece that verifies identity.
Children (under 14 years of age) must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who must show two pieces of identification, one establishing his or her current (Saskatchewan) address and a second piece that verifies identity.
These documents will be used to register the child. The parent or legal guardian will need to sign the child's Library card. The signer assumes responsibility for any Library charges incurred by the child.
Borrowers are responsible for all materials borrowed on their card and any charges, including fines and replacement costs, resulting from the late return, damage or loss of materials. Any fees owing must be paid prior to annual Library card renewal.
Get a PIN (Personal Identification Number)
Library staff will also register a four-digit PIN (Personal Identification Number) on your Library account. A PIN is required to access your Parkland Regional Library account from any computer with internet access. By having a PIN, you can find out what materials you have checked out, what may be overdue and what materials you've requested by placing a hold. You are also able to renew items you currently have checked out!
St. Theodore School
105 Main St. Theodore, Sask. S0A 4C0 Phone: (306) 647-2762 Fax: (306) 647-2024
School Hours - 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Contact: Principal Tammy Morrison / Email - email@example.com
Programs and Services
THEODORE ABC DAYCARE is located right in ST. Theodore School and is set up for your child's care! There are Fun Activity Days and Different programs each week. Call for information on spaces at ABC daycare! They can accomodate infant right up to school age! They offer great programs to keep the kids educated and entertained! A fully equipped kitchen keeps the youngsters fed and a playground outside keeps them active! Call 306-647-2029
We have multi-grade classrooms that include grades Kindergarten through grade 8 and a strong Physical Education Program.
•Grade 6,7,8 students travel to Sacred Heart High School in Yorkton for Practical and Applied Arts including classes in Technology, Home Economics and Industrial Arts.
Faith Based Curriculum with school-wide celebrations and prayer services. Also school assemblies for liturgical events with advent, Christmas, lent, Easter, World Catholic Education Day, and Marian prayers. We have the support of the Roman Catholic Church priest and the Ukrainian Catholic Church priests to be in our pastoral care.
•Learning support teacher, speech and language consultant, occupational therapist and school counselor for our students’ needs.
•Division consultants in Technology, Language Arts, Math and Religion.
•Extra-Curricular activities include cross-country running, badminton, track and field, curling, skating, cross-country skiing, camping experiences.
School Community Council who represent our parents and support our school goals.
•The SCC has been a eminent factor in our school and school division purchasing Smartboards for our classrooms. We are happy that our students can work in any classroom and use the superb technology that our Smartboards can offer.