*The SALN now has charitable status and with your generous donation we can issue a tax deductible receipt. Help us keep SALN ON! Send us your donation online (through paypal) at: http://saln.ca/about/get-involved/ .
*Alana Ross, our Aboriginal Family Literacy Coordinator for 2 years at the SALN, has decided to pursue further education at the University of Saskatchewan. We are sad to see her leave but wish her all the best in her future endeavours. Alana will still remain involved as one of our APRINTS Trainers.
The full posting of the Aboriginal Family Literacy Coordinator position is available to view online (http://saln.ca/contact/careers/). Please send cover letter, resume, & 3 references to this e-mail address. The SALN receives funding for this position from the Ministry of Education, Provincial Libraries & Literacy Office.
*The Aboriginal Literacy Intake Assessment Project – Phase II (ALIAT) is nearing completion with many interested sites participating in the field testing of this new assessment tool. Dr. Janice Acoose is our Research Coordinator for this project. The SALN receives funding for this project from the Ministry of the Economy (formerly the Ministry of Advanced Education, Employment, & Immigration) and would like to acknowledge their continued support of this valuable contribution to Aboriginal adult learning.
*Please note our new mailing address. The SALN would like to acknowledge to the Saskatoon Public Schools Division for the donation of office space for our staff and resources at King George Community School in Saskatoon. 721 Avenue K South, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada S7M 2E7.
Thank you to each & everyone of you for your support of the SALN.