Trustee recognized for decades of work

Jerome Niezgoda has been a trustee for a long time and he’s enjoyed every minute of it.

Niezgoda was elected as a trustee for Christ the Teacher Catholic (CTTC) school division in 2000. He’s also worked with the Saskatchewan Catholic School Boards Association (SCSBA).

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Niezgoda’s 18 years of service was honoured late last month when he received the Long Service award from SCSBA.

“It’s a beautiful gift,” he said. “I was quite pleased and surprised to get it.”

Niezgoda has received similar awards in his career. He’s won recognition awards celebrating his nine- and 15-year anniversaries as a trustee. He thinks acknowledging and celebrating dedicated workers in the school boards is important.

“It’s a good recognition program,” he said.

As a trustee, Niezgoda is responsible for education in his school division. He assists the administration with complying with government regulations while finding the best ways to provide a faith-based learning environment for students.

“It’s a challenge,” he said. “It’s been a tremendous learning experience from day one.”

Niezgoda enjoys contributing to the students’ education. He encourages anyone interested in entering a similar field to be prepared to work to make the best learning environment for children.

“Be ready to discuss and debate and advocate for the good things in a Catholic education,” he said.

Niezgoda appreciates the friends he’s made as a trustee.

“The opportunities I’ve had have been phenomenal,” he said. “It feels like a big family.

 “It’s been a fantastic experience.”

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