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Southeast Newcomer Services – Settlement Workers in Schools

Provided by: Southeast Advocates for Employment

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Service Description

Provides students and their families with the immediate essential services required to support their transition into the Canadian school setting. SWIS assist Newcomers with:

  • Understanding school policies and procedures
  • School registration and orientation
  • Communicating with educators
  • Parent-teacher interviews
  • Connecting with school and community services and resources
  • Volunteering opportunities
  • Workshops and information sessions
  • Cultural orientation and sensitivity trainings
  • EAL/ESL Needs (English language tutorials/trainings)
  • Consultation on school settlement issues

SWIS is in partnership between Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, Holy Family Roman Catholic Separate School Division, Southeast Cornerstone Public School Division and Southeast Newcomer Services.


Provides services to all categories of immigrants including government sponsored refugees, privately sponsored refugees, family sponsored immigrants, economic immigrants, and Canadian citizens who are children of immigrants.

Application Process

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Documents Required

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Weyburn Office: 306-842-9081

Weyburn fax: 306-842-0205

Settlement Workers In Schools - Estevan: 306-471-8191

Settlement Workers In Schools - Weyburn: 306-861-7363

Fax: 306-637-3826

Business Line: 306-634-1442

Estevan Office

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Closed statutory holidays

Service Website


Coverage Area

Southeast Saskatchewan - 150 km radius around Estevan.

Languages Offered


Weyburn & Area Supportive Employment Services


203 1st Street
Weyburn SK  S4H 0T4

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Location Info

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Closed statutory holidays.

• Appointments may be available outside regular business hours.
• Arrangements can be done to meet the client in other locations.


Wheelchair access - front or side or back doors; Wheelchair access - washrooms (at least one)

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