A variety of tools, templates and samples of best practices commonly used throughout NC&SRCP are available and can be utilized to assist the development of the NC&SRCP in participating communities. Additional resources can be found in the NSCRD publication, Community Recreation Handbook for Northern Saskatchewan available on our website.
2016-17 Program Overview and Guidlines
A program in partnership with Northern Municipal Communities. First Nation Communities, Community Sport, Culture & Recreation Organizations, Schools, Northern Education Divisions, First Nation Education Authorities, and the Northern Sport, Culture & Recreation District (NSCRD).
The calendar details the required and recommended administrative responsibilities of individuals/organizations involved in the delivery of the NC&SRCP.
Items bolded indicate who has the lead; items italicized indicate that input and collaboration are needed with the lead on that item.
What is my Job? CSRC
A breakdown of the general roles and responsibilities of a Community & School Recreation Coordinator and examples of ways to fulfill those roles.
Community & School Recreation Coordinators are encouraged to set goals for themselves and work towards their achievement. Targets should be discussed and decided upon by the local Steering Committee. Knowing that all communities and CSRCs are unique, here are some examples of Targets that can be set/adjusted for a programming year.
This checklist is a tool for communities and schools to determine their readiness to manage the NC&SRCP.