People named in abuse lawsuit won’t teach in schools: Sask. government | PKBNEWS

Saskatchewan’s Department of Education said those named in a $25 million lawsuit alleging physical and sexual abuse at a private school and church in Saskatoon will not be working in schools this year.

More than 40 former students have come forward with allegations of abuse dating back to their attendance at Christian Center Academy, now known as Legacy Christian Academy.

The allegations have not been proven in court.


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In an emailed statement to PKBNEWS, the Department of Education said “immediately after” receiving the names in the statement, it asked the Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board (SPTRB) to investigate complaints about the professional teachers named in the lawsuit.

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“We understand that the SPTRB has taken action and that these teachers will not be in schools for the 2022-23 school year. No one named in the lawsuit will work in schools for the 2022-23 school year,” an education spokesperson said.

The SPRTB receives complaints from students, parents and the general public regarding the conduct and competence of teachers.

“We encourage anyone with concerns about a teacher to contact SPTRB. If anyone has an allegation against staff that is criminal in nature, we urge them to contact local law enforcement immediately,” the spokesperson added.


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The Department of Education is “working quickly” to put an administrator in place at three private schools, including Legacy Christian Academy, which currently have staff named in the lawsuit.

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“Each administrator’s priorities will include reviewing school staff and making staffing decisions to keep students safe. Once the administrators are in place, they will schedule a meeting with any students or alumni who wish to speak to them about the allegations. »

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